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Audi Q2 (2021) Small Luxury SUV to fight the BMW X2


Audi Q2 (2021) Small Luxury SUV to fight the BMW X2. The Audi Q2 is a robust SUV for everyday use and leisure whose character is reflected in its body line.

The 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 diffuser insert with large five-sided polygons. The front has also been modified, with the surfaces below the headlights emerging in a more striking manner. The octagonal Singleframe is slightly lower, making the front section appear wider. Its insert also interprets the polygon motif. The advanced and S line equipment lines feature narrow slits between the radiator grille and the hood that are reminiscent of the Audi Sport quattro, an icon of the brand. The large implied air inlets also appear even more expressive, especially in the S line.

The interior of the Audi Q2 accommodates 5 passengers. The interior design echoes the taut design language of their exterior. The air vents and the gear lever knob, or selector lever of the S tronic, have a new look. Q2 customers can order the interior S line instead of the basic variant, and both interior versions can be combined freely with the three exterior variants. With the optional ambient lighting package plus, the trim strip on the instrument panel and the knee pads on the center console feature elegant backlighting.

The Audi Q2 is being launched on the German market with a powerful gasoline engine: The 1.5 TFSI outputs 150 horsepower (110 kW) and produces 250 Nm (184.4 lb-ft) of torque. In the NEDC cycle, the refined 4-cylinder engine consumes just 5.4–5.1 liters of fuel per 100 kilometers (43.6–46.1 US mpg), corresponding to CO2 emissions of 124–116 grams of CO2 per kilometer (199.6–186.7 g/mi). At low loads and engine speeds, its efficiency system, cylinder on demand (COD), temporarily deactivates the second and third cylinders.

Two 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 minimizes the NOx emissions. Two SCR catalytic converters work together here: One is located directly behind the engine and the other is installed in the vehicle floor. They cover different operating situations and complement each other’s effects.

The Q2 with the 1.5 TFSI engine rolls off the assembly line with a manual six-speed transmission as standard, with the seven-speed S tronic available as an option. quattro all-wheel drive is available for some engine versions. Its multi-plate clutch, which transfers part or all of the engine torque to the rear wheels as needed, belongs to a new generation. It is around one kilogram (2.2 lb) lighter than its predecessor engine while offering increased efficiency thanks to various details such as bearings and oil supply.

Presales of the 2021 Audi Q2 on the European market will begin in September 2020. In Germany, the prices will start at approx. €25,000. With the 1.5 TFSI engine with 150 HP, the prices for the Q2 start at €27,196.64. The market launch will be accompanied by the “edition one” special model with exclusive equipment. It is painted in apple green or arrow gray, with an S line bumper with a gray contrasting paint finish and a large roof edge spoiler adding accents. Attachments such as the mirror caps and Audi rings are painted black. Matrix LED headlights, 19-inch wheels from Audi Sport, and the sport suspension further accentuate the look.

Audi Q2 competitors:
– BMW X2
– Mercedes-Benz GLA
– Volvo XC40
– MINI Countryman

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