Audi is one of today's most successful luxury brands, having effectively leveraged its minimalist styling and Quattro all-wheel-drive system into a compelling image of modernity and innovation. Its lineup consists of extremely competent vehicles, most of which—such as the A4 sedan and Q7 SUV—are so uniformly good at everything that they can almost feel cold and clinical. That criticism extends even to the sportier and more powerful S-line and RS variants such as the 444-hp RS5 Sportback four-door coupe and the R8 supercar. In spite of its forward-looking image, Audi is only now starting to add mild-hybrid powertrains throughout its lineup, and sells only one fully electric vehicle, the e-tron.
Although the current A3 sedan is a delightful and upscale small Audi, an all-new 2021 model is on its way and from what we can tell it's preparing to make a splash.
With spirited handling, perky turbocharged engines, and great build quality, the A3 is everything we like about Audis distilled into a small package.
The A4 Allroad is the Audi that your wealthy, kayaking, adventure-seeking neighbor would buy if he wasn't convinced he needed an SUV.
With a spacious cabin, a tech-rich features list, and handsome styling, the A5 is a two-door with real presence, not to mention heroic cornering confidence.
The Audi A6 offers a hot-rod turbocharged V-6 engine, a futuristic interior tech, and high-quality finishes, which culminates in a stealthy and luxurious sedan.
With its seductive exterior and zippy powertrain, the A5 Sportback marries fastback styling and hatchback practicality into one fun-to-drive package.
The 2020 Audi A6 Allroad is a rugged station wagon with a bit more off-road capability than the standard A6.
The 2020 Audi A7 improves on the traditional sedan formula and fortifies the company's cache, with a sophisticated personality and tons of cargo space.
Packed with technology and top-quality materials, the Audi A8 luxury sedan is serene, easy to drive, and unexpectedly athletic.
The e-tron moves with remarkable silence and boasts a serene ride, but this luxurious crossover EV lacks the panache that usually defines its breed.
The Audi e-tron GT is a more muscular-looking version of the Porsche Taycan, and they share an advanced all-electric system that ensures repeated performance.
Dashing inside and out, the 2020 Audi Q3 is a thoroughly modern subcompact crossover that checks most boxes and boasts many desirable standard features.
The 2020 Audi Q5 applies the brand's luxury pedigree to the compact-crossover template with lukewarm results.
Shopping for a three-row luxury SUV to haul the family around and occasionally enjoy a twisty back road? The Q7 is one we're happy to recommend.
With a gorgeous exterior and interior, the Q8 has the appeal of more expensive competitors.
The R8 looks great, goes fast, and could easily be driven anywhere, but its thirst for fuel would make it an expensive daily driver.
The RS3 delivers an unforgettable driving experience thanks to a charismatic engine and genuine athleticism; however, it comes at a precipitous price.
The 2020 Audi RS5 rides better than its aggressive styling suggests, and its seriously quick, but the mighty coupe has an otherwise anonymous personality.
Boasting supercar-level performance and enough cargo room to take the fam camping, the 2021 Audi RS6 Avant is a gift from the automotive gods.
With an aggressive appearance and tantalizing performance attributes, the RS treatment looks to transform the softer A7 into a monstrous driving machine.
The RS Q8 is the highest-performance version of Audi's Q8 SUV, and it comes standard with a powerful twin-turbocharged V-8 engine.
It's polished, well made, and very capable on the road, but the S4 could be a bit more engaging to improve the driving experience.
With plenty of power and a nicely balanced chassis, the S5 provides zestier performance and fancier standard features versus the regular A5.
The S5 Sportback has distinct styling and a torquey turbocharged V-6 that provides notable performance, but it still lacks proper driver engagement.
Audi's S7 returns to our market, providing a happy medium for those who want a little more spice than the A7 but not the whole-shaker RS7.
To create the S8, Audi takes its flagship A8 luxury sedan and adds a significant amount of power and poise.
With a comfortable ride, well-equipped interior, and sporting dynamics, the SQ5 is a great blend of practicality and driving enjoyment.
The 2020 Audi SQ7 is a new high-performance version of the Q7 mid-size luxury SUV, and it comes standard with a 500-hp V-8 engine.
Audi identifies next-level performance by adding an "S" in front of its alphanumeric model names, and that logic applies to the souped-up 2020 Audi SQ8.
Audi's little thrill ride packs big power and deft handling in an aggressively styled package, but it lacks the charisma of its key competitors despite its fiery five-cylinder.
The TT and TTS are small luxury sports cars that offer memorable performance in addition to stylish design.
Available as either a sedan or a convertible, the bite-size A3 wraps what we love about Audis in a handsome, tidy package.
Audi's A4 has proven to be a wündercar that outperforms its rivals in nearly all of our testing metrics and remains one of the nicest-driving entry-luxury cars on sale today.
While the 2019 Audi A4 Allroad may not be a hard-core off-roader, as competent all-weather transportation, it hits the mark.
Whether you're not quite ready to grow up or you're pining for the days before you did, a sporty two-door coupe such as the 2019 Audi A5 is an alluring choice.
The 2019 A5 Sportback combines the features of several Audis: the sweeping lines of the A5 coupe, the four-door layout and cargo space of the A4 sedan, and the convenience of the Q5 SUV's rear liftgate.
The 2019 Audi A6 encapsulates passengers in an elegantly styled shell and dazzles them with a high-tech interior environment.
The A7 ranks among the most sophisticated hatchbacks on the planet, with its unrivaled refinement and cutting-edge technology.
The A8 is the king of Audi's luxury sedans, packed with lots of tech including autonomous driving features and luxury options.
The Audi e-tron is a battery-powered crossover that combines the company's sophisticated mannerisms and ambitious engineering.
Audi is preparing the Q4 e-tron compact crossover for the luxury-EV spotlight when it launches in early 2021.
Quick, comfortable, and infused with the latest technological gadgetry, the Audi Q5 is an undeniably premium compact crossover.
Crossover shoppers in search of the best, listen up: Shortlist the Audi Q7.
Audi's range-topping 2019 Q8 effectively blends SUV capabilities with sedan characteristics.
As halo cars go, the Audi R8 is a spectacular one—its howling V-10 engine provides stomach-punch acceleration that lesser cars with the four-ringed badge can only dream about.
Take one look at the RS3, from its large front air intakes to the massive tailpipes, and you know it's ready to rock.
Based on the sporty S5 coupe, the fully weaponized RS5 has even more firepower and meaner sheetmetal.
The 2019 Audi RS5 Sportback has the power to compress chests and the space to haul people and cargo.
The S3 blends Audi's high-performance and high-tech know-how into a zesty compact sedan.
The 2019 Audi S4 is a well-balanced sports sedan, with sophisticated style and tremendous performance.
The 2019 Audi S5 coupe and convertible are two-door counterparts to the more practical but dowdier S4 sedan, and they offer impressive performance in a slinky uniform.
The four-door hatchback 2019 Audi S5 Sportback combines the comfort and convenience of the S4 sedan with the sleek looks of the S5 coupe.
Not only can the S7 please enthusiast drivers with its fluid responses and beastly power, it also hides hatchback versatility under its swept-back design.
The SQ5 strikes a careful balance between sporty and comfortable, making a strong showing in a tough class.
The TT RS is stylish, fast, and fun to drive with its snorty five-cylinder engine and modern interior technology, but other rivals offer more thrills.
With snazzy styling and peppy performance, the Audi TT and the Audi TTS appeal to both the practical and the passionate.
With a sleek, fastback body, 20-inch wheels and aggressive styling mods, the RS7 could get by on looks alone—but as an RS model, it doesn't have to.
The S6 takes everything that’s right with the A6 sedan—elegant design, rich interior materials, and innovative technology—and adds a huge dollop of power.
Brute power and a traditionally unassuming design make the S8 Plus a veritable wolf in sheep’s clothing.
The Audi TT RS brings raw power and some likable rough edges to the otherwise somewhat dispassionate TT model lineup.
A pleasing blend of hybrid and hatchback, the A3 e-tron gives you Audi cachet and power, plus an EPA-rated 83–86 MPGe.
The RS4 is an ultra-high-performance version of the small A4 that trades nimbleness for all-wheel-drive capability.