Audi has just announced a new wave of updates and changes to every product in the lineup. Most of the brand’s cars and SUVs will get more standard equipment plus improved driver assistance technology as well. Here’s a quick overview of what to expect from Audi products for 2023.
Starting at the end of the entry level, A3 and S3 They both got some nice upgrades after rolling out a whole new generation last year. Every A3 regardless of trim will come with full LED headlights and stitched door bolsters. The S3 also adds a wireless charging pad as part of the convenience package. The S3 and A3 can both add adaptive cruise control as an option on request.
small and Audi TT sports It only gets one change. The coupe and roadster will now come standard with 5 Y 18-inch wheels. TTS is still the same as last year.
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A4, S4, A5, S5 Get a whole lot of upgrades so we’ll touch on a few of them. For example, the A4 40 and 45 both get standard LED headlights now. The S4 will ship with 19-inch wheels instead of the 18-inch it had last year. Both the A4 and A5 family have access to the updated Black Optic Plus package that includes black shaker sills, a black lip spoiler, and also black badging.
Bigger A6 and A7 Models see smaller modifications. The A6 has greater access to driver assistance technology including the addition of adaptive cruise control to the comfort package. This comfort package aids adaptive cruise aid with lane guidance when outfitted in the A7 and the S7 sees a new Sport Stitching Package added to the lineup. When selected, it will add black upholstery with red contrast stitching to the sedan.
such as A3, A4, A5, Q3 SUV It gets new standard LED headlights for 2023. It also sees the inclusion of a wireless charging pad with a signal booster in every trim level. New wheels are also standard. The Q3 40 gets a new 18-inch kit while the Q3 45 gets the 20s.
No other car sells to Audi like Q5 Both the sedan and its sporty SQ5 siblings get adaptive cruise control as standard equipment for 2023. Premium Plus trims add a B&O audio system and the Q5 55 gets unique OLED taillights.
Among the biggest changes in the SUV segment Q7 and Q8. The first, in the form of the 45 TFSI, now features a revised four-cylinder engine with larger grout for a total of 261 horsepower. Standard leather stitching on the dashboard across the range, and adaptive cruises are added to the optional comfort package.
The SQ7 It adds double pane glazing for better noise isolation as part of the Executive Package, and later this year 22-inch wheels will also be available.
finally, Q8 The same Executive Package is also available, but will get Matrix-style LED headlights as standard equipment plus special on-and-go animations in the headlight when the vehicle is locked and unlocked.
2023 RS Q8 Owners will get premium nappa leather upholstery and electric sunshades as standard equipment and will have the opportunity to add Remote Parking Assist with the Executive Package.
The Audi e-tron The squad is getting some improvements, too. Both the regular e-tron and e-tron Sportback will get a black lining as standard equipment for 2023. Plus, those who choose the Prestige will get 22-inch wheels, orange brake calipers, and Matrix-style digital headlights on the Sportback.
e-tron GT It got the group’s biggest exterior change though, last year’s Hekla gray grille replaced with a body-color grille. Inside the car, buyers will find a Bang & Olufsen audio system, as well as an integrated graphics unit as standard equipment. Those who opt for the RS e-tron GT will get the Atlas matte carbon trim and the option to add a ceramic brake package.