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June 23, 2024

Audi launches all-rounder Audi Q2 in India at Rs 34.99 lakh plus

German luxury car manufacturer Audi launched its sporty all-rounder Audi Q2 in India. The luxury SUV is great for everyday driving and for adventure trips. Its bold design with sublime cuts makes a stylish statement.
Photo courtesy: Audi/Instagram
Photo courtesy: Audi/Instagram
This latest and the smallest addition to the brand’s Q range of SUVs serves as the carmaker’s new entry-level model in the country.
Equipped with 2.0-litre TFSI petrol engine, it produces 190hp and 320Nm and powers the Audi Q2 from 0-100 km/h in 6.5 seconds. Its ‘Seven-speed S Tronic Dual Clutch Transmission’ allows quick and slick shifts.
Photo courtesy: Audi/Instagram
Photo courtesy: Audi/Instagram
The 5-seater measures 1,805mm in width, 4,318mm in length and 1,548mm in height and have a wheelbase of 2,593mm. The strong single frame grille with octagonal design comes with large air inlets.
The SUV has sporty dimensions and comes with ‘Progressive Steering’ and Quattro all-wheel drive, which enables driving dynamics and courtesy Audi Drive Select, one can customise the driving experience.
Photo courtesy: Audi/Instagram
Photo courtesy: Audi/Instagram
Luggage room is expandable from 405 litres to 1,050 litres and there’s LED ambient lighting that allows one to pick from 10 different colours using the MMI display.
Photo courtesy: Audi/Instagram
It is priced at Rs 34,99,000 (ex-showroom) for the base-spec Q2 Standard and goes up to Rs 48,89,000 (ex-showroom) for the top-spec Q2 Technology.
“The Audi Q2 is a car we are beyond thrilled to introduce to our India line-up. We’ve listened to customers’ demands and brought in the fantastic, yet practical Audi Q2 in the run up to the festive season. The characterful design, plush interior and long list of features are just one part of the appeal. Having driven it extensively, I can vouch that the Audi Q2 is a thrilling drive. The 190hp, 2.0-TFSI engine, Progressive Steering and quattro make every drive an exciting one,” said Balbir Singh Dhillon, Head of Audi India,
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