Orders open for the Audi Q2 SUV – L'Automobile & L'Entreprise

Audi’s compact SUV got a facelift. Now available on the French market from € 32,700, the Q2 unveils a new design and a plethora of technologies.


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The Audi Q2 is currently only offered with a 35 TFSI 150 hp engine. © Audi

Immediately presented, immediately marketed. The restyled Q2 SUV of the German brand is indeed opening its order books with an entry price displayed at € 32,700. Restyled, the Audi Q2 vintage 2020 offers new dynamic exterior lines, including polygon-shaped patterns as well as LED headlights with signature light now standard. Be careful, however, Matrix LED headlights are always optional. As for the interior of this premium urban model, it incorporates new round air vents, reminiscent of jet engines, but also a relifted gear lever knob and a upholstery designed in a microfiber fabric material, Dinamica, replacing the Alcantara.

Only one version is offered at launch

With this redesigned Q2, Audi is also offering five new body colors: "Apple Green", "Manhattan Gray", "Navarre Blue", "Arrow Gray" and "Turbo Blue". In addition to this enhanced color palette, new option packs are appearing, in order to meet the wishes of the greatest number of customers and facilitate configuration. Without forgetting that to this is added several new connectivity technologies, including Audi connect services, as well as many fine-tuned driver assistance systems for more driving safety.

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It is important to note, however, that the restyled Audi Q2 is currently only offered with a 35 TFSI 150 hp engine. For'Audi Q2 35 TFSI BVM 6 (110kW), the manufacturer puts forward mixed consumption ranging from 5.9 to 6.3 l / 100km (WLTP) and CO emissions2 combined of 133 to 144 g / km. TheAudi Q2 35 TFSI S tronic 7 (110kW), it oscillates between 6.0 and 6.5 l / 100km of fuel and emits from 133 to 144 g / km of CO2. Depending on the equipment chosen. However, other TFSI, TDI and quattro engines will soon be available., promises the brand of the Volkswagen group.



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