Audi Q3 New Preview
The second-generation of the Audi Q3 made its debut in 2018, and, by the end of this year, we expect Audi to launch it in the Indian market. Since the Q2 now comes across as the brand’s entry-level SUV, the Q3 has moved up the ladder in terms of the design, powertrains, and sheer space.
On a first glance, the Audi Q3 certainly looks like a smaller and a toned-down version of the bigger Q8, which not only means it now features a sharper design but also it is more in line with the rest of the range. The new Q3 has also grown in dimensions, so expect it to be a lot roomier than the previous model.
Inside, unlike the smaller Q2, the Q3 goes big on tech as it features a rather tech-savvy yet a minimalistic dashboard design. The driver sits facing Audi’s 12.3-inch Virtual Cockpit display along with an 8.8-inch infotainment screen – same as the 2021 A4. The materials and the fit-and-finish inside are up to the mark.
Moreover, Audi is likely to bring the Q3 in the Indian market with a sole 2.0-litre petrol engine mated to a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic, sending power to all four wheels via the brand’s Quattro system. It would also be interesting to see a hotter RS Q3 down the line, which, of course, will be powered by a meatier gasoline unit.