For the first time there were photos of the updated crossover Audi Q2December 5, 2019
Judging by the photos of the German news, which were at the disposal of our editors a couple of minutes ago, the smallest crossover company Audi will not receive big changes. Nothing is known about the composition of the motor scale.
The Q2 is no longer Audi’s smallest off-road model since this role was recently taken up by the small A1 hatchback in the off-road version of Citycarver. A small pint-sized Q2 city crossover has been on the market for more than three years, and therefore it should not be surprising that somewhere in northern Sweden the team of brand engineers is testing the prototype of the updated version of the car with might and main.
The new version will be positioned as a mid-cycle update.
The “whirlwind” camouflage makes us think that Audi will change both the front and rear bumpers of the Q2 crossover, while the fully open headlights give us the opportunity to look at slightly different LED daytime running lights, which now look more like those that are used by older models of the company. The taillights also do not have camouflage, but we do not see any changes compared to the current design of these elements, although this may be due to the fact that the prototype has not yet received all serial parts of all new parts. So it may well be that the final version of the car can still get taillights with updated graphics.
While we do not yet have “spy” photos of the interior of the new product, we can clearly see from the general images that the MMI infotainment system in the style of a tablet will remain in place. It is still unclear whether the most powerful version of the machine will be presented, which will traditionally receive the designation RS Q2? The less powerful SQ2, which will be shown next year, should receive a power of almost 300 horsepower.
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