Audi will introduced its new model of Q2 on Geneva Motor Show in March, and this is their smallest SUV,and he will be primarily intended for the younger generation
Q2 is based on the MQB platform (based on which is and model A3), with standard models that have front-wheel drive, and more expensive versions that will use the well-known Audi-quattro drive fc. Standard models will use four-cylinder engines, which will give the Audi choice to deliver several varieties and 1.0, 1.4 and 2.0 liter petrol turbo engines, and 1.6 and 2.0-liter TDI diesel engines. It’s still not known whether there will be a hybrid variant, although it will be inevitable for some years.
Audi Q2 will be available exclusively in the 5-door version (although it was also announced version 3) and will be considerably shorter than the model Q3 – so bad, what will be the second shortest model of all of Volkswagen Group, behind Audi TT. The length will be less than 4,3m and is expected to weigh less than 1200kg.
Inside, the Q2 will use splashes of colour unseen in recent mainstream Audis, and will deliver eclectic trims and materials. A senior source told us: “We tried to characterise the Q2 as an urban street feature, not just a car. The customer can build the character of their own cars.”
Since the target group of buyers of this model (the younger generation), the vehicle will be almost completely customizable – from the interior (which would be far more koloristic than any mainstream Audi model so far) to the color of the roof and even will have a choice aluminum and carbon fiber or the C-pillars.
The Q2 will sit above upcoming small SUVs from inside the VW Group, such as the VW Cross up! and uniquely bodied, Polo-based T-Cross, which will also debut in Geneva.