The new Audi Q3 caught photoshooters without camouflage

The new Audi Q3 caught photoshooters without camouflage

July 5, 2018 0 By autotimesnews

Audi is preparing to present a new version of the Q3 crossover. And now the car passes road tests practically without camouflage. The debut will take place in the coming weeks.

Despite the fact that the Audi logos are not available, the crossover can easily guess the model from the German brand, and will naturally receive four rings on the grille in the serial version. Only recently, Audi introduced the flagship crossover Q8, but now it is planned to update the entire line of crossover company, and the first model will be Q3. It is assumed that the debut of the novelty will be held in the near future. This is evidenced by the fact that the car is already being tested almost in a serial image.

Since we remembered the Q8 in the beginning, it’s pretty easy to see that the front of the Q3 is now made in the conceptual style of the flagship model. It is possible that the prototype of the most affordable version was seen on road tests, as the crossover was equipped with fairly small wheels. The model with the S Line trim package will look much better.

The back of the Q3 2019 model year differs significantly from its predecessor and also differs from the flagship model. So, the optics are made in a simple style and partially covered with camouflage film. Judging by the photos, the optics are equipped with standard incandescent lamps, which once again confirms the version of the budget of the test prototype. And earlier in the network there were photos of camouflaged prototypes that were equipped with more modern LED flashlights.

Separately note that the rear bumper has also been updated, and received two wide bell of the exhaust system. In fact, the exhaust system is located under the bumper, and the bumper got two dummies.

Despite the fact that the test car does not seem larger than the current version of Q3, most likely, the next-generation model will become more spacious, especially the wheelbase can increase.

Already in the standard configuration will be installed a digital instrument panel, and an infotainment system with a large display. However, the touch panel, replacing the physical buttons in the style of flagship models, will be absent.

The debut of the Audi Q3, which has moved to the MQB platform will be presented in the coming weeks. Later, the SQ3 models and the “charged” RS Q3 will be displayed.

Meanwhile, Audi has declassified the interior of the electric SUV e-Tron, but the car’s debut has been postponed for an unknown time.