- Third Generation of design icon TT shown in both coupe and roadster
- Newest Audi Sport model showcased in the RS 7 Sportback
- All new Q7
AJAX, ON, Feb. 12, 2015 /CNW/ - For 2015 the Audi lineup will grow with a number of new additions to the portfolio. Few models will have more presence than the new 2016 TT, RS 7 Sportback and Q7 which will make their Canadian debut today at the CIAS.
A modern classic re-launched: Audi introduces the third generation of the TT to the road. The compact sports car captivates as a design icon with the driving dynamics of a genuine sports car and a revolutionary, fully digital cockpit.
The compact two-seater sets new standards in design, drive, and suspension. A particular highlight in the third TT generation is the Audi virtual cockpit. For the first time, the digital instrument cluster provides all information within the driver's field of vision – a concept that is causing a sensation. This has already led to the Audi TT's new display and control system receiving the Car Connectivity Award and the honor of Interior Innovation of the Year at the Automotive Interiors Expo Awards.
Dynamics in a new top form – Audi has honed the RS 7 Sportback. The large five-door coupé comes with new LED headlights and even more enhanced infotainment features. With 560 hp and 516 lb-ft of torque, its 4.0 TFSI engine provides for an impressive driving performance.
The new Q7 is an imposing car with the best height:weight ratio in its class. Although it is shorter and narrower than its predecessor, the cabin is longer and offers more head room. 20 years of experience with lightweight construction flow into the new Audi Q7. The new Q7 is the benchmark for weight and fuel efficiency in the premium SUV segment.
About Audi Canada
In 1971, Audi was first introduced to the Canadian market. Today, a network of 43 Audi retailers sells and services a range of premium vehicles nationwide. Headquartered in Ajax, Ontario, Audi Canada markets a line of luxury cars built in plants in Ingolstadt and Neckarsulm, Germany, as well as Slovakia, Belgium and Hungary. The parent company, AUDI AG, resides in Ingolstadt, Germany. Additional information on all Audi models and history can be found at www.audi.ca
SOURCE Audi Canada Inc.
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