Audi’s Q Range Is Constantly Evolving.
Meet The Established,
The New And The Coming Soon!
The Audi Q range is a family of SUVs which currently consists of variations of four different models – the Q2, Q3, Q5 and Q7.
Thanks to its popularity, the next two years will see the Audi Q range set to expand to six models with the addition of the Q4 and Q8.
The new models will be in great company, following in the footsteps of big brother, the Q7, which Audi released into the world in 2007 and its siblings the Q5, welcomed into the family in 2008, and the Q3 which was introduced in 2011.
The latest SUV from Audi, the Q2, was released in the final few months of 2016 and is the smallest and youngest of the SUV tribe!
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The latest and most compact of the SUVs in the Audi Q range, the Q2 offers a premium solution to the small crossover segment. This classy little number proves that bigger isn’t always better!
This SUV offers a great blend of practicality, space, performance and refinement for a competitive price, all wrapped up in the highly desireable Audi Q3 package.
As the mid-sized model offered in the Audi Q range, the Q5 is Audi’s best-selling SUV. This second generation Q5 builds on everything that’s hugely successful about the Q range
The range-topping Q7 comes with an impressive range of technology as standard, but dip into the options list and you might find a few things you didn’t know you could have in an SUV.
Something A Little Bit Special
Audi Q7 e-tron
This hybrid SUV is easy on the environment as well as your wallet, allowing fuel consumption of up to 156.9mpg (combined)*. The Audi Q7 e-tron even recycles heat generated by the electric motor to warm up the cabin!.
The ultimate Audi SUV, the SQ7 blends power and luxury in one stylish motor. It’s amazingly agile for its size and can reach 62mph in less than five seconds – fast, practical and good looking!
Together, these models already make a fairly comprehensive Audi Q range of SUVs but Audi isn’t stopping here!
Watch This Space….
Two more Q models have already been announced
for release before 2020.
Built to rival the Range Rover Evoque and upcoming BMW X2, the Q4 SUV’s coupé styling will slot nicely into the Audi Q range.
Possible engine options: 1.5-litre petrol; 2.0-litre petrol and diesels; 2.5-litre five-cylinder turbo (up to 400BHP)
A spacious four-seat SUV thought to benefit from a hybrid engine that could travel up to 745 miles on one tank.
Possible engine options: 3.0-litre turbo V6 and electric motor (up to 476BHP)
With an estimated one in three new Audis being from the Audi Q range, isn’t it time you joined in the family fun?
Don’t miss out – visit Swansway Audi at any one of six locations throughout the Northwest and Midlands
*Fuel consumption figure is obtained under standardised EU test conditions (Directive 93/116/EEC) and may not be the actual fuel consumption achieved in ‘real world’ driving conditions.