H Audi presented her second generation of the Q3 in the middle of 2018 so now it’s time to renew it in order to stay fully competitive in “demanding” category of C-SUVs.
Our partners had met for the first time a prototype being tested on roads around the Nurburgring at the beginning of autumn and now it’s time for the first winter tests of in snowy areas northern Sweden.
Looking at the front, we notice that the “separated” lighting fixtures they remain, at the edges of the one-piece mask, which appears to be slightly smaller. However, camouflage can play a misleading role in drawing conclusions.
At the bottom, the mask grows in length, while there don’t seem to be air ducts on the edges of the bumper. Going backwards, you can see the traditional door handleswhile it is clear that almost all the design details of the back differ from the current version. For example the glass seems to be slightly larger.
All in all, the new Q3 will be slightly larger than the existing modellooking more like one “small” Q5although some of the aforementioned design details “come from” the upcoming electric Q6. Either way, it is expected to be secured more space for passengers as well as their luggage.
As for the engines? We expect one full range of powertrainsamong which and PHEVbut the information states that it will be exclusively paired with dual clutch automatic transmission.
We are waiting for her presentation of the new Audi Q3 after mid-2024.
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