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History - The crossover SUV was launched at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show. It takes its design from Volkswagen's MQB platform. The latest version was the second generation of the Q2 when refreshed in 2020. Facelifts include the amplification of the angular lines fitted with the new LED headlights. The black grille was added in front, and the D-pillars at the back were made black for a seamless roofline. The taillights were equipped with LED as well. The interiors got a newer design - air vents, gear selector, and gear stick are all new. The Alcantara upholstery was replaced by Dinamica microfiber.
Engine options available (CCs, BHP, Torque figures) - Q2 is available in two diesel engines and three petrol engines. The 2.0 turbo-petrol engine has a horsepower of 190hp, a torque of 320 Nm, with a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox. The Diesel engine is 1.6 TDI, and 2.0 TDI turbocharged, while the Gasoline engine is 1.0 TFSI and 1.4 TFSI turbocharged.
Fuel type available: Petrol, Diesel, CNG, LPG, Electric - The old Q2 had only the petrol option. The new Audi Q2 came with turbocharged diesel and gasoline engines.
Transmission/gearbox options - Audi Q2 comes in manual and automatic transmission choices. The manual system is 6-speed, while the automatic gearbox is 7-speed S-Tronic (dual-clutch).
Safety features - Audi Q3 has built-in powerful safety features. ABS with EBD, electronic stability control, multiple airbags, and front and rear parking sensors are some of the features.
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The Audi Q2 is the latest crossover SUV from the German car manufacturer in the Q-lineup. It has a characteristic small body and compact dimensions. Set lower than the Q3, it is a luxury car brand equipped with a sound powertrain and Quattro AWD. The latest features make this a fun-to-drive top-quality luxury car in India with an impressive performance.
Audi has launched the car in India in five variants. These are - Standard, Technology, Premium, followed by Premium Plus I and Premium Plus II. The color options available for Q2 are eight - Nano Gray Metallic, Tango Red Metallic, Mythos Black Metallic, Quantum Gray Metallic, Daytona Gray Pearl, Arabian Blue Crystal, Ibis White Solid, and Floret Silver Metallic.
The Audi Q2 is now available in India in the price range of Rs. 34.99 to Rs. 48.90 lakh (ex-showroom prices).
The Audi Q2 has no resemblance to its predecessor. The top features are the MMI Infotainment system, dual-zone climate control, automated LED headlamps, cruise control, ambient lighting, keyless entry, digital instrument display, along with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Its USP is the stunning style statement that the car creates for the owner.
Even though the Audi Q2 has no close competitor in its niche in the strict sense, some car models that can give it a run for its money are the new-gen Mercedes-Benz GLA, BMW X1, and Volvo XC40. Q2's pricing is comparable with these bigger car models, as it is imported to India as a CBU (Completely Built Unit).
Comfortable even on potholed roads. The drive is marked by a light steering and soft suspension system helping manoeuvre through traffic.
A stylish exterior, a posh cabin, and a high-tech interior give it a feel-good factor.
Simple dashboard layout.
An intuitive infotainment system.
The front seat system is quite supportive with end-to-end options of adjustments. The front seats can be manually adjusted, making it comfortable for the driver and the front-seat passenger. The front seat also has four-way lumbar support making long journeys extremely comfortable.
It offers a noise-free quiet motorway cruise, whether in the city or the highway.
Plenty of room in the front.
The rear visibility is pretty poor.
The rear seats are quite uncomfortable because they remain upright all through with a huge lump in the floor. Plus, the central seat is a bit raised. It can be a cause of discomfort for tall passengers.
The back is a bit congested when more than two adult passengers are sitting. Even placing a large child seat is a bit difficult.
The prices are a big sour point, especially in this size.
The infotainment system is a bit more sophisticated than the X2 model and is not as easy to use.
The Q2's boot is quite compact, not giving much luggage space.
The Audi Q2 is an all-rounder through and through, good enough for city drives and out-of-city adventures. It is progressively designed, has high-tech features, is a pleasure to drive, and has a youthful style. It is luxury par excellence encompassing its exterior design and finish, new-age infotainment, and other interior features.
Space is a big constraint in the new Audi Q3, especially the rear portion and the boot space. Also, while the car's front part has ample space and makes it comfortable for the driver and the front passenger, the back seat and the space is uncomfortable and constricted. The rear seat is upright with the central seat raised. Plus, there is a lump on the floor. The rear entrance is quite compact. All of this makes things very uncomfortable for the rear seat passengers. Even with the rear seats folded, there is not much space.
On the positive side, the Q2 offers a comfortable and easy drive and is comparatively noiseless. It runs smoothly with a relaxing cruise. The Quattro four-wheel-drive system offers secured driving with a strong grip even on slippery roads. However, there could be some jerking initially or at low speeds. It could take some time to get used to parking the car, especially parallel parking.
Driving is easy with not many blind spots. The side windows offer enhanced visibility. Also, the raised ride height of the Q2 provides a better view of the road than the A3. The Audi Q2 is a good buy if money is not a constraint. It's stylish, the owner's pride, and there is no doubting its top-end technology. Indeed, it is expensive but worth it for the desirable Audi experience.
Body Type SUV
Fuel Type Petrol
Fuel Tank Capacity 65
Engine Displacement (cc) 1395