Audi’s performance model arm, Audi Sport is set to introduce up to six new RS models by the end of the year, a teaser image suggests. This follows a string of new S models introduced this year, including the S4, S5, SQ5, S6/S6 Avant, S7, SQ7, S8 and SQ8.

The range-topping RS versions are typically identifiable by their oval exhaust outlets, among other things, though for now we’ll make do with the LED signatures of each model’s daytime running lights shown in the teaser. The first two pictured in the dark line-up could be the forthcoming RS6 Avant and the next RS7 Sportback; these are expected to pack outputs close to the 600 hp mark.

The middle pairing could likely be the RS Q3 and the sleeker-roofed RS Q3 Sportback, and being the more compact of the range, is expected to house the latest iteration of the firm’s turbocharged inline-five cylinder engine, likely with around 400 hp; these will compete against the likes of the Mercedes-AMG GLA 45.

Fifth in the six-model teaser line-up here is a lower-slung entrant, most likely to be the facelifted RS4 Avant. The B9-generation fast wagon is likely to retain its 450 hp/600 Nm outputs and eight-speed torque converter auto from the pre-facelift car, albeit with the requisite updates to infotainment and interior trim.

Rounding up the half-dozen is the RS Q8, as its tallest stature of the lot suggests. The non-identical twin to the Lamborghini Urus will also be powered by a 4.0 litre biturbo V8 from the German automaker’s catalogue, though likely to offer output figures slightly lower than the 650 PS and 850 Nm of torque from the Italian model. Plenty of horsepower and torque from this lot; which is your favourite?

GALLERY: Audi RS Q8 spyshots

GALLERY: B9 Audi RS4 Avant facelift spyshots

GALLERY: Audi RS Q3 spyshots

GALLERY: Audi RS7 Sportback spyshots

GALLERY: Audi RS6 Avant spyshots