These cars will make their respective debuts in international markets soon but other than that, very little is known about them.
The new Audis will feature a line-up of four-, six- and eight-cylinder petrol and diesel engines, along with electrified powertrains as well. The A8 is also likely to retain the option of a range-topping W12 petrol motor.
The A7 is the sleekest of the three, with a new single-frame front grille and sharper, angular headlamps. All three follow the established Audi design language previewed in the Prologue concept. The other two models have a much more subdued and wholesome look, though each have been fitted with the new front grille and angular headlamps.
The A8 is expected to be the first to launch, followed by the A6 and A7. All three models will be underpinned by the VW Group’s MLB Evo platform and will feature the latest tech from the automaker. Additionally, the A8's cabin will now include autonomous technology, allowing the car to drive itself up to 60kph on its own. Its smartphone-based parking function allows you to get out of the car and watch it park itself. The same tech might also appear in the A6 and A7 as well.