Launched in Pakistan Audi Q2 Starts at Rs. 4.35 Million
Audi Q2 Starts at Rs. 4.35 Million:
Aimed squarely at a younger audience, the Audi Q2 stands out in Audi’s range, with bolder, sharper lines and a different shape from its other SUVs.
It has been styled to look as hunched and sporty as possible, with a high shoulder line coupled to a roof that gradually slopes downward at the rear in a similar fashion to the Range Rover Evoque. Audi has also added a handful of new design cues, including a cut-out running down the top of the doors, a wider-looking rear-end and a tweaked version of the company’s signature grille.
There’s also rugged-style cladding and skid plates on the bumpers, both of which can be colour-coded with the body.
At the back are two, thick C-pillars called “blades” which, like many parts on the Audi Q2, can be specced in different colours. Buyers can choose from 12 exterior colours, a two-tone roof and a selection of alloy wheels ranging from 16ins to 19ins.
The Q2 measures in at 59.4ins tall and 70.7ins wide, with an overall length of 165ins. That makes it roughly 4.7ins shorter than the A3 hatchback and 3.9ins smaller than the Q3 SUV.
Inside, the Q2 is similar to the Audi A3 it’s based on and incorporates the horizontal design trait that can be seen in the majority of the firm’s latest models. There’s a host of colourful trim and metal options to choose from, many of which aren’t available on the A3 hatchback.
The cabin is “clean” and “uncluttered”, says CarBuyer, while the soft-to-the-touch plastics and brushed aluminium trim elements are “of high quality”.
Standard equipment includes a seven-inch infotainment screen above the dashboard, operated through a rotary dial and buttons located near the gearstick. The switches are “easy to read” and make surfing the system “a doddle”, says