Audi Q2 photographed on the road for the first time – In Images

Posted on: Mar 10, 2016 - 4:13pm IST

Based on the MQB platform.

Post its debut at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show, here are the first images of the Audi Q2 out in the open. The images were snapped in Copenhagen, and show the range-topping model with what looks like an S-line body kit, courtesy of the larger wheels, silver skid plates and contrasting wing mirror covers.

Audi Q2 front quarter spied in flesh
As standard, the Q2 comes with a front-wheel drive layout, but the top-end TFSI and TDI units can be had with the Quattro system.

The Audi Q2, based on the MQB platform, measures 4.19 meters (length), 1.51 meters (height), 1.79 meters (width) and 2.6 meters (wheelbase). With all seats in place, the Q2 has room for 405 liters of luggage space, and with the rear seat back folded, the smallest member of the Q family liberates 1,050 liters.

Audi Q2 rear spied in flesh
Audi is expected to start bookings for the Q2 in Europe towards mid-2016.

Inside, the Audi Q2 sports a layout similar to that of the Audi A3 Sedan. The center console sees circular AC vents on either side of a MMI screen, which can be optionally specced to the MMI Plus system with a touchpad interface.

Audi Q2 rear quarter spied in flesh
The Q2 is anticipated in the Indian market next year.

Also read: 2016 Audi Q5 spied in video

Starting the powertrain lineup is a three-cylinder 1.0-liter TFSI engine followed by 1.4- and 2.0-liter TFSI four-cylinder TFSI engines. The diesel range includes 1.6- and 2.0-liter TDI four-cylinder engines. Overall, power outputs range from 116 hp to 190 hp, with transmission choices including a 6-speed manual and 7-speed DSG. While a front-wheel drive setup is standard, the Quattro all-wheel drive system can be specced on the 2.0-liter TDI and TFSI engines. Adaptive suspension and a four-link setup are optional as well.

Audi Q2 – Image Gallery

[Source – Pro-Street]

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