A new model for the Audi brand may not be far away.
According to a new report from the German newspaper Handelsblatt, Audi is planning to unveil a new Q5 in 2019.
The new car will be called the Q5 Premium, and will likely be based on the Q6 sedan, but with a slightly tweaked layout.
The company has previously revealed that the new Q6 will come with an upgraded version of its all-wheel drive system, the Q4, but this new report suggests that this new car may have a more conventional rear-wheel-drive layout.
Audi’s Q5 is expected to feature an all-new rear-seat layout.
It will likely feature a standard 6-speed manual transmission, as well as a new adaptive cruise control system, which Audi has reportedly said will improve the car’s handling.
While this is a new car for Audi, it has been a long time coming.
The Q5 debuted in the US in 2013, and was also released in Europe in 2017.
The Q6 is expected in 2019, and should debut sometime in 2020.