Audi has released details of its new Q2 compact SUV, to sit below the Q3, at the Geneva motor show.
The car will be launched with six engines, three TFSI petrol and three TDI diesel engines with between 116 hp and 190 hp of power output.
Vehicles can be optionally fitted with Audi's virtual cockpit dashboard screen, first seen on the TT. A head-up display projects key vehicle data, including navigation instructions and driving speed, into the driver’s direct visual field.
Audi online services can display, for instance, parking place information, fuel prices or the latest news on the screen of the infotainment system.
Safety systems are numerous, with the most popular ones in the assistance package, including adaptive cruise control with Stop & Go function and traffic jam assist.
Latching on to personalisation trends, many equipment packages, exterior colours and colours for interior trim and seat upholstery allow plenty of creative space for personal configuration.
Quattro permanent all-wheel drive system is standard with the top TDI and the 2.0 TFSI.
First deliveries are expected in Autumn, with order books opening over the summer.