AutoComplete: Audi adds 2.0-liter engine to 2017 Q7 lineup
Today is October 19th and here's what's making news on Road Show.
Who needs 6 cylinders?
Audi doesn't because it's just added a 2.0-liter inline 4 engine to its 2017 Q7 lineup.
This diminutive four-banger is 22% more efficient than the previous generation's base V6, and is half a second faster to 60 miles an hour to boot.
The four cylinder also drops the Q 7's base price from $54,800 to just $49,000 when it goes on sale in early 2017.
Sounds like a win-win situation to us.
Ten days later, SEMA concept finally involved some performance.
It's latest offering is a collaboration with ARK performance based on the 2017 Elantra sedan.
The concept packs a custom turbocharger system, a whole bunch of upgraded suspension components and a gnarly, wide-body kit and satin grey vinyl wrap.
You can check it out in person at SEMA, which takes place in Las Vegas.
in the first week of November.
Some new models carry large price bumps, but the all new 2017 Subaru Impreza does not.
Starting at $18,395 when it goes on It's on sale later this year.
It's only $100 more expensive than the outgoing model.
That price bump stays the same until you go up to the top two trims, sports and limited, which are both fairly more expensive than before but both carry much more kit as well.
No matter what trim you opt for, the hatchback is just $500 more than the sedan.
Find out more on these shows over at theroadshow.com.
And we'll speak to you again tomorrow.
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