5 years after the launch of the Audi Q8, this model has finally been updated by the owner brand in the middle of its life cycle.
Notably, the mid-life cycle facelift version of the top-of-the-line flagship SUV in the company’s current lineup has been officially launched at the 2023 Munich exhibition (Germany). Some minor design changes, new advanced lighting, additional aesthetic options and advanced technology are the main changes.
First of all, the 2024 Audi Q8 design has been updated in accordance with the latest language from the Ingolstadt brand, with the focus revolving around the new HD Matrix LED headlights. Using laser light technology, this lamp has a wide illumination range.
Additionally, the new digital daytime running lights allow users to customize the display design quite easily.
The pentagonal SingleFrame heatsink has also been refined with a unique design for each configuration. The air vent interfaces on either side have also been reworked with larger aluminum fake covers.
The taillight interface at the rear of the car has also been updated and allows customization like the front lights. The horizontal LED light bar has also been slightly improved. The diffuser has been made more aggressive and it comes with a new exhaust pipe.
The interiors of the new Audi Q8 retain most of the old hardware. However, the new infotainment system is now better compatible with third-party apps like Spotify or Amazon Music. Graphics related to driver assistance systems are also displayed more clearly.
Transmission options on the 2024 Audi Q8 still include a full range of V6 to V8 gasoline and diesel versions with outputs ranging from 228 to 500 horsepower. However, the car will still be supplemented with higher versions including plug-in hybrid and high performance (like the Lamborghini Urus) in the coming months.
The starting price of the Audi Q8 2024 is 86,700 Euros, equivalent to 2.24 billion VND after conversion, rising to 119,500 Euros (3.09 billion VND) for the top-spec variant.
The top spot in the Audi SUV lineup will be up for grabs over the next 24 months. The Audi Q8 will no longer be the tallest car. Instead, there’s a brand new one named Q9. This car line allows Audi to better exploit the large SUV segment (3 rows of seats), while the Q8’s only top competition at present is the BMW X6 and is still well above the X7.
Some more pictures of the Audi Q8 facelift 2024:
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