The compact SUV has been upgraded to a sportier new design, fitted with a 1.4 engine combined with cylinder deactivation technology.
Q2 was first introduced in Vietnam from October 2016 at the VMS auto show. The German luxury small SUV model competes with rivals such as BMW X1, Mercedes GLA, Volvo XC40. In the Audi Q family, Q2 is the youngest and has a different and sportier design than the Q3, Q5 and Q7.
Audi’s small SUV is aimed at young customers who like to move in the city. Compared to the old version, the new Q2 is 17 mm longer at 4,208 mm, while 1,794 mm wide, 1,537 mm high and 2,601 mm wheelbase remain the same. Wind resistance coefficient of Q2 2021 is 0.31. LED headlights and LED taillights.
Q2 2021 redesigned, sportier and more aggressive, fine-tuned suspension, more precise steering. MacPherson struts and directional struts feed the front wheels, while the rear uses a torsion beam structure. The car has a ground clearance of 200 mm, equipped with an electronic balance system with off-road mode. Vehicles fitted with 17-inch 5-spoke V-spoke wheels.
5-seater interior design, genuine leather seats combined with imitation leather, jet-style air-conditioning vents. New design gear lever, white interior lights. Clock behind the sporty analog-style steering wheel, integrated digital display of vehicle information. 7-inch infotainment screen. Automatic climate control, reverse camera and Audi Plus parking assistance system. The rear seats can be folded down to increase the luggage compartment capacity from 405 liters to 1,050 liters.
The new Q2 introduced in Vietnam is the 35 TFSI version, equipped with a 1.4 TFSI petrol engine with a capacity of 150 horsepower, maximum torque of 250 Nm. The engine combines cylinder deactivation technology, an 8-speed S tronic automatic transmission. The car accelerates from 0-100 km / h in 8.5 seconds and reaches a maximum speed of 212 km / h. According to test results, Q2 2021 achieves fuel consumption of 7.27 liters / 100 km on mixed roads.
Audi Q2 2021 is sold in Vietnam with standard version and S line version, starting price from 1.68 billion. While rivals BMW X1 costs from 1.86 billion, Mercedes GLA costs from 1.62 billion, Volvo XC40 costs from 1.75 billion.