Audi Arrives in Tokyo with Two Production Vehicles
The automotive industry is buzzing with news this week from the Tokyo Motor Show. Audi arrived from Germany this week with two new production models. While they might not be as cool as the myriad of concept cars flooding the show, visitors and consumers can look forward to actually getting behind the wheel of these two cars in the near future.
First up is the 2017 Audi A4 in its wagon form. This vehicle has received some small adjustments for the model year to make it better than ever, and many reviewers are excited for the wagon version. While we know that the new Audi A4 sedan will arrive in dealerships sometime in early 2016, there has been no announcement of when we can expect to see the wagon in the States. At the last check, though, Audi is still planning on bringing the wagon to America.
In addition to the Audi A4, the forthcoming Audi Q7 e-tron Quattro is also on display in Japan. The hybrid SUV will be adapting to a much lighter platform, which will allow it to drive much further on electricity without starting the diesel engine. The Audi Q7 e-tron Quattro will also use the heat from the engine to help warm the cabin and save power.
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News and Photo Source: Autos.ca