Posted: 21 May 2010
The techfest continues under the bonnet. Four engines will be available - two V6s and a pair of V8s, a petrol and diesel version of each. The most impressive is the 3.0-litre TDI, which manages to be more torquey than before, yet emits just 177g/km CO2, beating BMW and Jaguar's equivalents by a few precious grams. A hybrid version is also expected, which will be a first for Audi (both the XJ and 7-Series will go hybrid).