The new Audi Q2

All data and information as of 06/2016

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Intro

Whether on an off-road adventure or for everyday driving in a big city – the Audi Q2 is the all-rounder. Sporting a youthful styling and packed with state-of-the-art technology, it will roll into dealerships …

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“With the Audi Q2, we are venturing into a new market segment, bringing top technologies into the smallest member of our Q family,”

said Dr. Stefan Knirsch, Audi Board member for Technical Development.

“Connectivity, infotainment and assistance systems feature solutions from the full-size class. The powerful motors, sportily tuned suspension and quattro permanent all-wheel drive make the Q2 very fun to drive.”

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Exterior design and body

The Audi Q2 is an SUV with corners and edges. The vehicle measures 1.51 meters (5.0 ft) tall and 1.79 meters (5.9 ft) wide. The overhangs are short with a vehicle length of 4.19 meters (13.7 ft) and a wheelbase of 2.60 meters (8.5 ft) 

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Interior

Evidence of the premium character of the Audi Q2 can be seen in every last detail in the interior – in the selection of the materials, in their crafting and in the tight, even gaps. All buttons and controls fit with zero play. They move precisely. The clicking sounds they produce are an acoustic expression of Audi perfection …

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Controls, displays, infotainment and Audi connect

As in every Audi, operation is intuitive and ergonomic. The wide center console is inclined slightly toward the driver. It integrates the standard air conditioning or the optional two-zone deluxe automatic air conditioning. The standard MMI monitor is positioned far at the top of the instrument panel, enclosed in a high-gloss black frame …

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Driver assistance systems

The driver assistance systems in the Audi Q2 come from the full-size class. They protect pedestrians and keep the compact SUV at the correct distance from the vehicle ahead. These systems also make it easier for the driver to change lanes and stay in the lane, draw the driver’s attention to important traffic signs and assist with parking …

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Engines, drivetrain and chassis

Its powerful engines are the main reason the Audi Q2 is so much fun to drive. Three TDI and three TFSI engines with outputs ranging from 85 kW (116 hp) to 140 kW (190 hp) are available. In keeping with the Audi philosophy of rightsizing, there is the proper displacement for each requirement. The base gasoline engine is a small-displacement three-cylinder unit …

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Audi Q2

Q meets Cuba


Audi has chosen to take a very different approach with the Q2 – even with its first test drives. Cuba combines tradition with change, style with a lust for life and curiosity. Experience the Audi Q2 in Havana, a unique and thrilling city.

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The Newcomer

For Everyday Use and for Leisure Time
The compact Audi Q2 blends progressive design with high functionality.  Connectivity, infotainment and assistance systems are on par with the luxury segment.

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Q2-Talk
Exterior design

Edges and Corners
Hi-tech and striking design shape the Q2’s character. Exterior Designer Matthias Fink and Technical Project Manager Jens Kosyna go into detail.

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Q2-Talk
Interior design

Room to Relax
Undulating lines, clever packaging and a new light strip – three interior designers and an engineer in discussion.

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Q2-Talk
Lighting design

Dynamic and Chic
The headlights say a lot about a car’s character. The Audi Q2’s units are dynamic and unique, says lighting designer Michael Horn.

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Philosophy

A Young, Cool Car
The Q2 defies convention and can’t be pigeon-holed. Its buyers are the same, says marketing expert Steffen Tarashti.

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