On the performance side, Audi says it will launch nine S models, and four will be R or RS models. The company only revealed three specific models, the RS6, RS7 and RS Q3. We can extrapolate that there will be S versions of each of those models, too, solving the mystery of three of the nine S models. We're really curious what the R model will be. Perhaps it will be a successor or special edition of the R8?
Then there are Audi's electrified models. The company already revealed four of them in the form of A6, A7, A8 and Q5 plug-in hybrid variants. Later in the year we'll get a Sportback version of the Audi E-Tron crossover. China will get an exclusive plug-in hybrid version of the Q2 L crossover.
Audi gave additional details about its electrified car plans into next year and farther down the road. It said it will have 12 electrified models available by the end of next year, with plans to hit 30 by 2025. One of those models will be the production Q4 E-Tron, which was previewed at Geneva this year, and will go on sale in 2020.