Powerful and agile. Efficient and expressive. With the same recognisable silhouette as its predecessor, the new Audi Q3 maintains its coupé-like appearance. And its innovative design and sophisticated technology means the new Q3 is compact in size but big on style.
Attention, down to very last detail. The interior of the new Audi Q3 is high-class. Innovations like Audi drive select and four way electric lumbar support mean the Q3 is not only beautiful to look at, but is also more comfortable to be in, making you feel more at home on the road. And when it comes to luggage and storage capacity, there is now even more space thanks to the 60/40 split folding rear seats.
Audi engines attain a particularly high compression rate. Every movement originates from something. Something that sets it off, an idea. The engine in your new Audi Q3 can also be traced back to an initial spark of inspiration: higher power with lower fuel consumption. These apparently conflicting aims are reconciled in a revolutionary drive technology: TFSI and TDI.
With design features like the 3D singleframe grille, chrome-plated tailpipes and Xenon Plus headlights with LED daytime running lights, the Q3 is a car that makes an impression. Combined with aluminium roof rails, low-set air inlets in the bumper and 17” alloy wheels as standard, the Q3 is even more eye-catching.
Xenon Plus headlights with LED daytime running lights illuminate the road ahead with a colour close to daylight, providing unprecedented clarity of vision. Combined with this are driver assistance systems such as front and rear acoustic parking and optional MMI navigation plus. And inside you will find the driver information system and Audi Music Interface providing iPod connectivity.
Fuel consumption, combined: 4.7–4.6 l/100km; CO2 emissions, combined: 124–119 g/km