Audi CEO Rupert Stadler has confirmed plans to launch a variety of new models.
Speaking at the company's annual press conference, Stadler said the automaker will offer an A3 plug-in hybrid in 2014. It will eventually be followed by plug-in hybrid variants of the next-generation A4 and Q7.
The executive also announced plans to introduce a redesigned A6L later this year. It will be built in China and have a revised MMI system with a touchpad that recognizes Chinese characters.
Lastly, Stadler revealed plans to offer an A6 and A8 TDI in Unites States next year. It will be joined by a Q5 diesel in 2014.