Compact SUV with striking finishing touches and Matrix LED headlights
New Audi connect services for remote access to the car as standard
Wide range of state-of-the-art driver-assist systems
Progressive design, compact dimensions, and great driving pleasure: The Audi Q2 (combined fuel consumption in l/100 km*: 5.4–4.6 (43.6–51.1 US mpg); combined CO2 emissions in g/km*: 128–122 (206.0–196.3 g/mi)) established itself as a car full of character right away when it was introduced on the market four years ago.
Audi has now refreshed the car, giving the exterior an even more distinctive profile with striking details and new headlights. The Audi connect services now connect the compact SUV even more closely with its owner, and state-of-the-art assist systems make for an even more confident driving experience.
Even more striking at the front and rear: the exterior design
The Audi Q2 (combined fuel consumption in l/100 km*: 5.4–4.6 (43.6–51.1 US mpg); combined CO2 emissions in g/km*: 128–122 (206.0–196.3 g/mi)) is a robust, sporty all-around vehicle as its design indicates at the first glance: It is sporty, elongated, and powerful at the same time, and its corners and edges give it an even more confident appearance.
The compact SUV measures 4.21 meters (13.8 ft) in length, 17 millimetres (0.7 in) more than before. The wheelbase of 2.60 meters (8.5 ft), the width of 1.79 meters (5.9 ft), and the height of 1.54 meters (5.1 ft) have remained the same. The drag coefficient with sport suspension is 0.31 – a top-of-the-range result in the small SUV segment.
The Audi designers have now applied the motif of the polygon, which already characterized the front and shoulder line, to the rear end as well: The bumper has an integrated angular diffuser insert with large pentagons on both sides.
The front has also been modified, and the surfaces below the headlights now have a more distinctive shape. The large implied air inlets, which are also pentagonal, also appear even more expressive, especially in the optional S line equipment line. The octagonal Singleframe is slightly lower than before, making the front section appear wider.