Korea – Audi Q3 Summer limited edition launched

Posted on: Aug 29, 2013 - 3:30pm IST

To celebrate the first anniversary of the Audi Q3 in South Korea, the German car maker has launched a limited edition variant.

Audi Q3 Limited Edition South Korea
The Q3 Limited Edition gets its theme from the ongoing summer season.

Audi has chosen the ongoing summer season as the theme for the limited edition Q3 of which only 100 units will be available. The crossover SUV sports a few extra accessories to become more exclusive.

Front three quarter of the Audi Q3 Limited Edition in South Korea

The limited edition is differentiated from the regular version by a rough road package which endows a matte black plastic underbody cladding all around the car including the bumpers. The front scuff plate and the rear diffuser are accented in silver while the twin exhaust pipes are chrome plated.

Profile of the Audi Q3 Limited Edition in South Korea
The Limited Edition gets 18″ alloy wheels and black plastic underbody cladding.

The other Limited Edition features are aluminium roof rails and 18-inch, 5-spoke alloy wheels. The car gets four-spoke steering wheel and a cooling bag worth 50,000 won (around Rs. 30,460) free with every limited edition car. The cooling bag can be stowed in the boot and can draw power from the rear 12V power socket.

Front bumper of the Audi Q3 Limited Edition in South Korea

The Audi Q3 is powered by the 2.0-litre TDI diesel engine that is available in two states of tune – 140bhp and 177bhp. Both engines are mated to a 7-speed automatic transmission (The Indian Q3 S with the 140bhp 2.0-litre TDI engine is mated to a 6-speed manual gearbox).

Cooling bag of the Audi Q3 Limited Edition in South Korea
The cooling bag draws power from the 12V socket in the boot.
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One thought on “Korea – Audi Q3 Summer limited edition launched

  1. Mercedes is also a great brand and deals in nice car but i think look wise Audi Q3 is nice car. All colors are so nice in Audi Q3. but the main benefit of this car is you will get a hefty bill if you are used to losing your bumpers every now and then in the bumper-to-bumper traffic in metros like New Delhi and Mumbai. i guess, this is one of the most most powerful car for Indian road.

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