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We've got a new set of Q5 spy photos from our spy photographer sources and these latest shots reveal new details. What you see here is what appears to be a non S-line version with very little disguise. Look closely and you can clearly see the hexagonal grille with no fake framing and what appears to also be the new lighting clusters with solid LED style housings.
Two photos (one above, one via the link below) surfaced this week of what is purported to be the interior of the R8 e-tron. If that is the case (and we're guessing it is), then this begs the question of how much of these changes will also be seen in the new and facelifted audi R8 when it debuts likely at the Paris Motor Show in September.
What Do We See?
The most obvious change here is a much bigger
Today we've stumbled across this photo released by Audi in some seemingly unrelated materials... perhaps inadvertently, but then again Audi never does things inadvertently. Pardon the pixelation, but we blew it up and pulled some shadows out of that grille to get a better view.
Meant to show off Audi's LED design prowess, we're 99% certain the design buck shown in the shot also reveals next year's planned
Anotehr set of photos of the facelifted Audi A4 have surfaced over at MotorAuthority. Heavily wrapped with camouflage, changes in the car are still fairly easily spotted and consistent with changes revealed with the new A5/S5 recently. Note the new A6-style headlights and the more horizontal foglight assemblies seen on the A5.
Check out more revealed details of the A5
Alongside those of the S5 (just posted) Audi has released even more photos of its newly improved A5 range including Sportback, Coupe and Cabriolet. We've found this mix of photos available via Audi's German consumer website.
For those who haven't yet read the official Audi press release yet, this is a mid generation 'product improvement' and one that sees
Some blurry shots of a facelifted Audi A4 Avant have surfaced revealing some of the expected facelift changes due later this year and due to go on sale for the 2013 model year. Most of the changes are expected to make the B8 consistent with the latest A6, including general shape of the headlights, hexagonal taillights and more.
When it comes to Avant, things are expected
We've seen Sportbacks, we've seen Cabriolets, and now we've seen a coupe test mule of the upcoming A5/S5 facelift. Night shots like some of the others we've seen recently, some of the new character lines are still easily seen despite some effort to disguise on the part of Audi. Most notably in the shot above, check out the A6-style headlight shape that should change the look of the A6 considerably.
Disguised facelift variants of A/S4 and A/S5 bodystyles have been popping up on spy photo pages for a few weeks now. This morning you can now add Cabriolet to the list of cars that've been seen, and it looks to either be an S5 or an A5 S-line.
Why S or S-line? It's the lower valence. Note the same shape as the A6 S-line. The brakes on the car look big enough to be S5
Product improvements (internally referred to as PIs) of both the A4 and A5 as well as subsequent S and RS variants are due to begin rolling out as early as late this year so we're not surprised to see early prototypes sporting some of the changes appearing out and about. The first car we'd spotted was at the Nurburgring a few weeks ago and was likely an RS 4 . Now this week a set of photos of a camouflaged