The Audi Q2 gets a new look, new tech and new spec.

The Q2 has a sharp new look, fresh colours, more alloy wheel options and a revamped interior.

The exterior design.

Crisp, sharply defined corners and edges give the new Q2 a more confident stance. The polygon motif of the front and shoulder line styling now extends to the rear, which incorporates a new bumper design with an integrated diffuser insert, featuring large five-sided polygons.

At the front end, the octagonal Singleframe is slightly lower, making the front section appear wider. The design of the large implied air intakes is also more expressive, particularly in models equipped to S line specification and above, and the exclusive styling treatment that has always characterised these more performance-focused variants has also been made more distinct by the addition of narrow slits between the radiator grille and the bonnet that are reminiscent of the iconic Audi Sport quattro. New alloy wheel designs for most variants also contribute to the fresher image.


Detail enhancements and equipment upgrades.

The spacious interior of the Audi Q2 accommodates five passengers. The air vents and the gear lever knob, or S tronic selector lever, have a new look, the door panels are freshened by new fabrics and the seats offer more comfort now that electric four-way lumbar support is standard right across the UK range.

The sophistication of the on board infotainment technology also increases for UK Sport, S line and Black Edition models, which are newly equipped with the fully digital virtual cockpit with its 12.3-inch binnacle display and MMI navigation plus with its 8.3-inch monitor controllable via rotary pushbutton or natural language voice control.

MMI navigation plus includes an LTE module for fast data transmission, and introduces the many internet-derived benefits of Audi connect into the Q2, including online traffic, weather and local fuel pricing information and Google Earth navigation mapping.

It also now includes the new features Audi connect emergency call and service, and Audi connect remote and control, which allow the owner to lock the vehicle remotely or check the fuel fill level and range, for example, through the smartphone-based myAudi app. The transfer of data can be deactivated by the driver by selecting a new privacy mode in the MMI system.

Adaptive cruise assist new to Vorsprung models.

The adaptive cruise assist system featured in larger Audi models is also adopted by the Q2 Vorsprung versions. It allows the driver to let the system largely take over the tasks of accelerating, decelerating and steering within a lane with the help of its frontal camera and sophisticated sensors.

To maintain automatic lateral guidance, the driver need only gently touch the steering wheel, which is part of the system, to prove that they are paying attention. The adaptive cruise assist operates across the entire speed range, and in combination with camera-based traffic sign recognition can initiate automatic deceleration and acceleration in certain situations, for example when entering and leaving towns.

Q2 engines.

At launch the new generation Q2 will be available with the powerful 1.5 TFSI petrol engine with its cylinder on demand efficiency system, which delivers peak power and torque outputs of 150PS and 250 Nm (184.4 lb-ft).

Further TDI and TFSI engines will be added before the end of the year.

All engines comply with the new Euro 6 AP emission standard, and the twin dosing technology of the diesel engines minimises NOx emissions. This is achieved through the use of two SCR catalytic converters, one located directly behind the engine and the other installed in the vehicle floor, which cover different operating situations and have complementary effects.


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