Early this month at 2017 Detroit Auto Show, Audi presenting Q8 Crossover, one typical study that closely mirrors production model adds a little motor show talent to trigger some buzz around them. It does not take much imagination to visualize a more realistic version of these concepts and as is the case with the Ingolstadt premium coupe-crossover.
By changing the look headlights, and toning down the grille, side mirror casing, and the wheels, X-Tomi had taken the car show is much closer to the brothers production, which will sit on top of the Q7 is currently in the range Audi.
2018 Audi Q8 will go after the BMW X6 are already well established and Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupe, although it will be longer and wider than both.
Planned for release sometime in 2018, which will share the Q8 stout mechanical package with the latest Q7, offering a broad lineup of gasoline, diesel and hybrid powertrains.
While the RS version should not be completely out of the question, for the moment, we just heard a plan for SQ8 which will utilize the same engine 4.0-liter bi-turbo V8 diesel found in SQ7, which accelerates from 0 to 100 km / h ( 62 mph) in less than 5 seconds.