Audi Q2 spied testing in Europe without camouflage

Audi Q2 without camouflage spyshot

Audi recently unveiled its smallest offering of the Q-family at the Geneva Motor Show named as the Q2. The car was recently spotted testing on the roads of Europe. The spied Audi Q2 was exposed from all sides and this gives us an indication that it would soon be launched in the European market while the Indian market may have to wait for a while.

The Audi Q2 spy shots reveal that both the cars are different variants. One car features alloy wheels and a silver skid plate while the other Q2 is equipped with steel wheels and misses the rear skid plate. On the dimensions front the Audi Q2 is 4190mm long, 1790mm wide, 1510mm high, with a wheelbase of 2600mm. The vehicle gets a simple yet distinguishable look with rectangular headlamps on the front and square LED tail lamps at the rear giving it a different overall visual look. The car boasts of Audi’s virtual cockpit system along with a touchscreen infotainment setup which works with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

Audi Q2 without camouflage spied


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The Audi Q2 would be offered in a total of six engine options, which would include three petrol variants and three diesel variants. Petrol variants would get a 1.0L TFSi or 1.4L TFSi or a 2.0L TFSi engine option under the hood that would churn out 114PS, 148PS and 187PS of power respectively. While the diesel trim will be offered with a 1.6L TDi or 2.0L TDi or an upgraded 2.0L TDi unit that will agitate out 114PS, 148PS and 187PS of power respectively. All these engines would either be mated to a 6-speed manual unit or a 7-Speed automatic unit, with a front wheel drive system or the Audi’s legendary 4-Wheel Quattro System on specific variants.

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