The air-injector technology used to drive the new Audi Q5 was inspired by the Honda XJS-5, a hybrid that also had a retractable air intake, and that’s now been superseded by the Audi Q6.

Audi has also introduced a new engine that runs on petrol and diesel, but there’s no question that the most notable new feature in the new Q6 is the air induction system.

In the XJS, the airflow is controlled by a mechanical linkage between the front axle and the rear wheel, which means the airflow can be controlled to suit the vehicle.

In Audi’s case, it’s controlled by the air intake in the rear axle, which is controlled electronically by a driver.

The car can be driven by an electronic controller that is connected to the air intakes in the front and rear axles.

There are different ways to control the airflow in the air ducts, but the most common is by using a pair of fans, which spin at a set speed.

Audi engineers have been experimenting with different ways of controlling airflow in different parts of the engine.

They’ve tried using a small motor to direct the airflow to the rear axle, or a turbine to drive it.

Both of these are extremely noisy, but they are effective at controlling the airflow.

In contrast, the air in the engine is not controlled by any of these things, and the airflow does not change as the car moves forward.

In fact, if the air is too dense in the ducts that drive the rear wheels, the car will not turn.

In order to solve this problem, Audi engineers developed a new air intake that runs under the rear tires, so that it does not generate noise, but rather acts like a giant air pump, drawing the air to the engine from a very high volume.

The air is fed into the exhaust pipes via a pair or two fan blades, which rotate in the same direction as the airflow, and produce a loud noise.

If you look closely, you can see that the airflow of the car is controlled not by the motor, but by a pair more complicated blades.

There’s a second pair of fan blades that drive a compressor, which sucks air out of the duct system.

Audi says that the exhaust system is one of the reasons it’s such a quiet car, and has used it in the past for some aerodynamic upgrades.

It is a bit tricky to drive this air intake as it’s so small and the air isn’t as clean as it is in the XJ.

However, when you try it in a race car, it actually does produce a very strong air intake.

In a real race car there would be a lot of air coming out of it, so it actually produces a lot more noise than the exhaust would.

The Audi engineers think this can be a good compromise between noise and performance.

Audi is working on a much more efficient air intake system for the Q6, which will make it more fuel-efficient and quieter.

In its current form, the engine can produce up to 30kW, and Audi says it will be able to reach 300kW.

We can’t see any real performance gains from the air-Injector system on the road, but Audi is hoping it will make a huge difference in the track.

The new engine is powered by a 1.8-litre turbocharged petrol engine, which generates 170kW of torque and can be topped up by a CVT.

Audi expects the Q7 to go from 0 to 60mph in 5.1 seconds, and to hit 120mph in 4.5 seconds.

It will have an EPA rating of 30/40/35kW-g (6.7mpg), and it will come with the new A3 engine.

The Q6 has a more powerful, more efficient 1.5-litres turbocharged four-cylinder, which can be fitted to the new car.

There is also a 6-speed dual-clutch gearbox.

Audi’s engineers also think the new engine can provide up to 150lb ft of torque.

This is up from the 125lb ft the previous car had, but will improve the car’s handling and handling-to-weight ratio.

It’s also expected to offer better fuel economy than the previous Q6 by reducing fuel consumption.

Audi will be selling the new cars in the US from 2019, and in Europe from 2020.

If the Q5 is a success, Audi may look at the Q8, which should be a more affordable car with the same range, and it’s likely that the Q9 and Q10 will be more affordable.

The latest versions of the Audi RS6, Q7, Q8 and Q9 all have rear-wheel drive, and they will also be sold with a hybrid-electric drivetrain, but that will be discontinued in the Q2.

The next Audi model will be the Q10, which Audi expects to launch in 2021. The