Spotted tests of the all-new 2024 Audi Q5 in the Alps Car News

The engines will be redesigned to meet new Euro 7 emissions regulations, which are expected to be implemented in the coming years. One of them will be the fifth version of the Volkswagen Group’s 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbo petrol engine. EA888which will receive a revamped fuel injection system and new particulate filters.

The modified platform also allows the Q5 to use the four-wheel-drive steering system of the Audi A8 and Audi Q8, as well as level two autonomous driving functions and a series of new connectivity features.

As with the current Audi Q3, Q4 E-tron, Q5 and E-tron SUVs, the new Q5 is expected to be sold in standard Sportback versions with a straight back and a slender roof.

Audi will use the new PPE platform – which it is co-developing with Porsche – for the new electric versions of the A4 and A6, but given that the new Q6 E-tron will essentially serve as an electric alternative to the Q5, there is little likely the latter will get an EV option.

Audi has pledged to only launch electric vehicles from 2026 and will stop selling ICE cars altogether in 2033, meaning the Q5 will likely be among the last ICE cars sold by the brand.

However, Audi has also said it plans to keep an ICE version of the Audi A6 on sale alongside the new electric A6 E-tron, hinting at a gradual move to full electrification for all models.

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