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AUDI Q2   2020 2022
2020 2022

Based on the MQB platform developed by the Volkswagen group for most of its cars, the Q2 was a subcompact crossover.
It was not available in the U.S. or Canada.

Audi made a good name for itself when it started to build the Q7. The luxurious, big, SUV, was a hit and it encouraged its management to offer SUVs in more sizes. The Q5 and Q3 were well received by the market as well. Their smaller brother, Q2, was launched in 2016 and refreshed in 2020.

The angular lines of the Q2 were amplified by the new LED headlights fitted as standard. There was an option for Matrix LED. The big, black, grille in the front combined with the black scoops in the apron made a powerful statement of the car. In the back, the D-pillars were black as well, creating the sensation of a floating roofline. The taillights were modified as well and fitted with LED.

Inside, there was a new design language for the gear-stick, the air-vents, or the gear-selector for the S-Tronic transmission. The upholstery was completely changed with microfiber “Dinamica” instead of Alcantara. Audi offered eight packages for the interior, from a basic to a luxurious or sporty one. The trunk was kept at the same value with up to 1050 liters (37.1 cu-ft) of space with the rear seats folded or 405 liters (14.3 cu-ft) with seats in normal position.

The Q2 was offered with a choice of diesel and gasoline engines, all turbocharged. In order to minimize the diesel emissions, the TDI models featured two SCR catalytic converter systems. The Q2 was available with front or all-wheel-drive systems, with a choice of 6-speed manual or 7-Speed S-Tronic (dual-clutch) automatic gearbox.

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AUDI Q2   2016 2020
2016 2020

Audi entered the small-crossover market with the Q2 in 2016.
It was based on the same MQB platform as many of the Volkswagen Group vehicles.

The Q2 came on a niche-market where its only true contender was the MINI Countryman. The Q2 was designed to be used mostly on cities, but due to its all-wheel-drive system, it could cope well with snow-covered roads.

From the outside, the angular design of the car was inspired by its bigger brother, the Q7, and the 2015 concept-car the e-tron Quattro. Unlike the later, it featured a silver or black C-pillar, depending on the customer. In the front, a big 3-D singleframe grille with a silver rim was installed.
The high beltline offered a massive look for the car, despite that it was only a 4.2-meter (165”) long vehicle. It could pass as a compact-hatchback if it wouldn’t be with higher ground clearance.

For the interior, the Q2 was fitted with a two-tone dashboard. A part was black and the other was in the car’s exterior’s color. The typical Audi design was noticed everywhere. The buttons and the dials were similar to other Audi vehicles. The 2016 model was fitted with the Audi Virtual Cockpit, which offered a 12.3” screen in the instrument cluster.

The Q2 was offered with front- or all-wheel-drive, depending on the engine. The base model was fitted with a 1.0-liter unit. On the other end of the engine lineup, the Q2 was fitted with a 190 hp 2.0-liter turbocharged unit.

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