Audi showed the updated crossover Q5June 30, 2020
One of the features of the restyled crossover was the original lights with “light signatures.”
Audi spoke about its updated crossover Audi Q5. After restyling, the SUV received modern optics using organic LEDs with a proximity sensor, as well as more advanced multimedia of the 3rd generation MIB.
The novelty differs from the “pre-reform” car by the Octagonal singleframe grille – visually it looks wider than before. The shape was changed and the side air intakes. Aft are located recycled lights, interconnected by a decorative bar, and a new diffuser with a horizontal “fin”.
Outwardly, the new cross seems higher, but the point is not in the grown dimensions, but in the new design of the thresholds. Special attention should be paid to the taillights: they get the innovative OLED technology, which allows broadcasting the so-called “light signatures”.
As for the new multimedia, it supports Amazon Alexa voice assistant and Car-to-X services. This means that the on-board system of the car will be informed about the work of traffic lights and parking. The function is very convenient.
In Europe, an updated crossover Audi Q5 is expected this fall. At the start of sales, the novelty will receive a single modification of the Q5 40 TDI. She will get a 204-horsepower diesel “four” for two liters, supporting a moderate hybrid superstructure (12-volt starter-generator). The drive is all-wheel drive, and the role of the transmission will go to the 7-speed S tronic “robot”. Such a cross will accelerate to 100 kph in 7.6 seconds. As for efficiency, in combined mode, he spends 5.4 liters of fuel. It will also be possible to order a special version of the new Audi Q5 called edition one. Such cars will have an original design.
Meanwhile, there was a presentation of the electric KIA e-Niro. The novelty received three options, one of which boasts rich equipment.
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