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Coupe SUVs aren’t going anywhere.


looks like it’s further along in preparing its next iteration of this bodystyle for a vehicle we imagine will be called Q4. Like others of its kin, this vehicle looks like it’ll also sacrifice utility and space for the sloping roofline style.

The Q4 is really looking like a less practical version of the


for the time being. Given that the

2019 Q3

already has a sloped rear window, this one is shaping up to be an even more severe slant. Most of the headlights and taillights are uncovered on the camouflaged car, and both units look a lot like the Q3 lights. It’s probably all part of the disguise, but Audi chose to use a honeycomb grille for this Q4 test mule. That design detail is typically saved for the high performance RS trim Audis nowadays.

Audi is playing catchup in this segment at the moment. Both




have entries with the




and GLC, which seem to be doing just fine. This continues to be the case in the coupe SUV world of Audi, as it just recently launched the

Q8 flagship SUV


We will fully expect this car to ride on


MQB architecture, just like the Q3. The engine will almost surely be the same 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder as in the

2019 Audi Q3 we recently drove

. This means either 184 horsepower or


horsepower, depending on the trim level. It wouldn’t be a surprise to see the higher power option be the standard engine on what’s bound to be the more expensive Q4. The eight-speed ZF transmission is always a good guess for what will be doing the shifting.

Audi is apparently prepping a new


that could make it stateside too. An RS Q4 wouldn’t be out of the question, but we don’t imagine this is it, despite the grille. The Q4 will likely be revealed late in 2019 as a 2020 model year.

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