Audi Q2 2021, rear seats
For the moment, only one engine will be offered at the end of the year, a 150 hp petrol unit.
As expected, theAudi Q2 take advantage of this fall 2020 to afford a restyling. Audi’s smallest crossover can count on new headlights, an extension of Audi Connect services and driver assistance systems derived from higher-end models.
Some interesting novelties include new interior trim and upholstery. Choosing the optional interior equipment is now easier, because for the first time it is organized in Packs.
What’s new outside?
The restyled Audi Q2 sports sharper and squarer shapes, but when it comes to dimensions, it only stretches a few millimeters (4.21 meters). At the front, the front has been redesigned and has larger air intakes than on the previous model.
The polygonal shape is found in several places in this restyled Q2, both in the grille and in the rear bumper, which incorporates an extractor with five pentagonal inserts.
The body color lineup includes five new hues, including apple green, never before seen on a Audi. As for the other novelties, let’s not forget that LED spotlights are now standard, and the Matrix LEDs that make their debut on this Q2 are optional.
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What’s new inside?
The interior design combines a new look with a clear polygonal inspiration. In addition to the standard configuration, the sport interior of the S Line is available as well as the mood lighting. This option includes decorative profiles and backlighting, available in 10 shades, for the dashboard, console and the tunnel area where the knees rest.
For the first time, dynamic microfiber padding has replaced the Alcantara and almost all onboard options are now available as pre-set packs, four for “normal” interiors, four more for S Line finishes.
The updates also include the infotainment system to which the MMI Plus navigation system is integrated with MMI Touch, with a larger screen than on the previous Q2: it goes from 7 to 8.3 inches.
Audi Connect’s Remote & Control system, now also standard on the basic version, allows you to keep real-time control of all data in the car and to act remotely, all via an app.
Driving aids and engines
The restyling of the Q2 also benefits the driving aids derived from higher-class Audi models with the possibility, in this case also, of opting for sets already “prepackaged”, packs.
The new Q2 will arrive on the market at the end of 2020 and will be available from the start with a 1.5L TFSI direct injection four-cylinder petrol engine with 150 hp (35 TFSI), with a choice of 6-speed manual or 8-speed automatic. reports. Subsequently, additional variants, two more petrol and two diesel, will also be introduced.
On the price side, Audi announces a minimum price of € 25,000 on the German market for the start of pre-sales in September 2020.