The RS version of Audi's TT is the most powerful version of this car we've seen yet. Jonathan Crouch takes a look.
The Audi TT Roadster returns in third generation guise, aiming to build on the best bits of the first two models. Jonathan Crouch reports
Here's the latest on the go-faster version of Audi's third generation TT. Jonathan Crouch reports
By now you should know what to expect from a 2.0-litre Audi TT but this third generation model still has a few surprises up it sleeve. Jonathan Crouch reports
Can a compact 4x4 really entertain on the tarmac? Jonathan Crouch looks at the much improved Audi Q5 3.0 TDI to find out.
The behemoth Audi Q7 SUV has been replaced by a car that's smaller on the outside but, Audi claims, bigger on the inside. It's also way lighter. Jonathan Crouch takes a look.
Audi's Q7 seven-seat luxury SUV has always made a big impact. This second generation model is lighter, cleverer and smarter - and in this 'e-tron' guise, comes with plug-in hybrid technology driving impressive standards of efficiency. As a result, if you really want a car of this kind, you may well find yourself really wanting this one.
The second generation Audi R8 is here. Jonathan Crouch runs the rule over a car with a lot to live up to.
The second generation version of Audi's desirable R8 sportscar becomes even more so in open-topped Spyder form. Jonathan Crouch checks it out
Looking for a drop top that'll get the drop on almost anything? Audi's RS5 answers that particular call rather well. Jonathan Crouch reports.
Audi put its RS badge onto an SUV for the first time with the power-packed RS Q3. Now, this car can go even faster. Jonathan Crouch reports.
Audi's sledgehammer RS3 tears up the hot hatch rulebook. Jonathan Crouch reports.
Ballistic estates have become something of an Audi touchstone and they don't come any better than the latest RS4 Avant. Jonathan Crouch takes a look.
Audi's RS5 performance coupe continues to target BMW M3 and Mercedes C63 AMG buyers. Jonathan Crouch checks out the revised version.
Audi's RS6 has long been the go to choice if you needed a dementedly rapid big estate. The competition's become a lot hotter since the old V10 model was deleted. Can the latest improved V8 model cut it? Jonathan Crouch reports
Audi has built quite a bloodline of crushingly fast estate cars but the RS6 sits right at the very pinnacle. BMW and Mercedes offered some seriously rapid executive cars in the shape of their M5 and E63 AMG, but Audi pulled the rug from beneath them when it unleashed the second generation RS6, powered by a version of the V10 engine found in a Lamborghini Gallardo. By any measure it's an exceptional vehicle and second time round was offered in both saloon and estate guises.