Exceptional thrills and looks, but don't think that it's an everyday car.
It’s the most amusing car that Audi makes – including the R8 – for sheer wilful silliness.
Brilliant combo of sense and sensation. One of our favourites, well re-worked
One of the most joyous cars on sale gains extra character without a roof. Lovely.
Well done Audi, this one's a proper little stonker: fast, small, fun, a 4wd hot hatch done properly.
The clever and talented TT Roadster now drives almost as good as it looks.
The best real world supercar on sale. You'll be seeing a lot of these.
A big step on from the old one. Drives well, great cabin environment.
Audi rejects agility in favour of comfort. The result is the best A4 ever.
The perfect evolution of the super-popular Q5. The same, just better. Spot on.
Could be the world's most complete luxo barge. When it's finished.
A brilliantly-designed item. Every inch the mini-A8, but not as good to drive as a 5er.
Not the perfect solution to all your motoring needs, but a great first effort at a useable everyday hybrid.
A car to respect rather than enjoy as a drive. For refinement it’s peerless.
Another crushingly good effort from Audi, but it’s not the dynamic rival the 5-Series needs.
The Audi A6 Allroad is possibly the most universal-use machine on the road today – drive this and then try to justify a Range Rover.
Incredibly competent, deceptively fast, but needs to be at warp speed before it gets interesting.
It’s a seductive car, the new A5 Cabriolet, and while more dynamically accomplished than its predecessor, still more of a grand touring boulevardier rather than a B-road hustler. But what an ownership proposition.
Superb design and refinement cloak a nondescript driving experience. Again.
Beautifully built and beautiful to look at. But the A4 is 98 per cent as good, cheaper and less pretentious.
It might look car-like, but it’s not car-like enough to drive. It’s competent, but doesn’t shine.
Not revolutionary, but Q2 is different enough to make you stand out in a crowd.