Audi is developing the next generation Audi Q3 compact SUV which, according to the Auto Express, will arrive in showrooms across the Europe in 2018.
Reported to an arrive in showrooms across Europe in 2018.
Audi is developing the next generation Audi Q3 compact SUV which, according to the Auto Express, will arrive in showrooms across the Europe in 2018. New renderings from Avarvarii have been uploaded by Auto Express to give an idea of what we can expect.
According to the renders, it appears that Q3 will follow the same path as the new Audi Q5. In other words, the exterior will not look too distinct to the outgoing model in order to maintain a certain familiarity. However, there will be new elements such as a beefier hexagonal grille, new LED headlamps, redesigned bumpers and new alloy rims. The Q3’s size is also expected to increase to the further distance away from the newest entry-level ‘Q’ product, the Audi Q2.
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Inside, top variations of the BMW X1-rival will feature most of the bells and the whistles found in the latest generation of Audi’s such as the Q5, A4 and A3 (facelift), such as Audi’s Virtual Cockpit, new steering wheel, and a new MMI infotainment system, all the housed in a new floating dashboard design that helps increase the visual width of the cabin.
Talking about automobiles the next-gen Audi q3 SUV will drop the PQ35 platform for the newer, more spacious and lightweight MQB platform. The engine lineup will include four-cylinder TSI petrol and TDI diesel engines, with displacements ranging from 1.4L and 2.0L. A 6-speed manual or 7-speed DSG gearbox will be the transmission options, while Audi’s Quattro system will be the standard in top variants. Also on the cards is a PHEV (plug-in hybrid) and full electric variants, which may arrive next decade.