Audi made a unicorn from the Q3 crossoverOctober 31, 2019
The Audi Q3 dresses up in a unicorn costume on Halloween and, of course, the brand calls it Qnicorn.
The mythical car makes its way to Washington to hand out sweets. Qnicorn wears a meter-long horn with a golden, brilliant tint that protrudes directly from the windshield. The cross-body has a mother-of-pearl vinyl film that gives it a shimmering appearance. The German brand also gives the LED interior lighting a purple color.
The decision to develop Qnicorn was made by a post on the social network that became viral. The corporation emphasized that “it was promptly flooded with comments from fans who commented on their bizarre look at the new crossover.”
It is worth noting that the Q3 model is one of the latest additions to the Audi lineup in the United States. The crossover costs between 35 695 – 46 740 dollars. All versions of the cross have a 2.0-liter 4-cylinder turbocharged engine with a capacity of 228 hp. and a torque of 350 Nm. Together with the engine work 8-band automatic transmission and four-wheel drive.
The main difference between the premium base, premium plus and the stylish Prestige finishes is their standard features. The least expensive variations have amenities like a 10.25-inch digital combination with a panoramic sunroof and a 3-zone automatic climate control. When choosing the flagship modification of the car, it is offered with a 12.3-inch display for the instrument cluster, a stereo system with 15 speakers, adaptive cruise control and a camera system with a top view.
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