One of the smallest SUVs produced by Audi was redesigned in 2018 to look sportier.
The redesigned headlamps, along with the large air inlets and the Audi’s new single-frame grille, defined a more masculine SUV like front-end.
From the side, the Q3 looked more muscular, with the shoulder line connecting the headlights and the rear lights.
The Q3 came with optional 20-inch beautiful alloy wheels.
The biggest change came with the Audi’s new interior design. It was entirely made of nice and soft touch materials, with lots of customisation available throughout the trim levels available.
From optional orange Alcantara accents on the door trims as well as on the dash, wood trims and aluminum door handles to standard leather seats, the new Q3 provided a unique design and offered great comfort even with the base model.
Audi designed the interior to be driver oriented, with the most of the controls and the display being 10 degrees tilted towards the driver.
The Q3 had keyless entry and keyless go, lots of safety features such as standard emergency braking system and automatic high beam headlights. Lane departure assist was also available.
The Q3 came with an optional Bang & Olufsen Premium Sound System that used 15 speakers to provide three-dimensional audio.