Moonlight Blue Metallic
Audi India will launch the all-new Q5 on January 18, 2018. Like its siblings, the Q7 and the A4, the new Q5 is underpinned by Volkswagen's MLB Evo platform. It helps the SUV shed nearly 90kg of weight.
The mid-size Audi SUV will be offered with petrol and diesl engines. While both powerplants will displace 2.0 litres of fuel, the petrol will put out 252PS of power and the diesel will generate 190PS. Transmission duties for both engines will be handled by a seven-speed S Tronic automatic transmission as standard and the SUV will also feature all-wheel drive.
The feature-list will include an 8.3-inch infotainment display with supports handwriting recognition, Audi’s MMI interface with built-in navigation, a Bang & Olufsen sound system and a 12.3-inch ‘Virtual Cockpit’ in place of an old-school analogue instrument cluster.
Audi claims that this new Q5 is the perfect Q. A short drive in one through varied terrain in the marble city of India gave us an insight into how a popular SUV has been made better
The new Audi Q5 promises a significant improvement over its predecessor and is set to raise the bar in terms of performance and appeal in its segment. We got our hands on the formidable 3.0TDIq version for a drive and the vehicle is revelation. No doubt, Audi has another winner in their product line-up
The Audi Q5 has been a success story in the Indian premium SUV space. While its larger sibling the Q7 commands a solid presence, the Q5 has won hearts as it offers a more practical product experience coupled with the quintessential Audi aura. Available with a plethora of engine and package options, the Q5 caters to a wide audience. However, we've decided to start at the bottom rung and unravel the Q5 from its entry level model, namely the Q5 2.0TDI
Audi India has recently updated its Q5 SUV which now comes at a new price range of Rs 53.25 - 57.60 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). The Q5 is a handsome amalgamation of Style and fluidity, and its exterior features like solid metallic finish, 18-inch alloys, dynamic LED headlamps, and a panoramic sunroof lend it a great personality. The interiors are equally competent with configurable seats, virtual cockpit, MMI display, electrically foldable OVRMs, and 3-zone automatic climate control raising the game for the Audi. Under the Hood, the Q5 comes powered by a 2.0-liter TDI diesel engine capable of putting out 188 BHP along with 400 Newton metre of max torque, mated to a 7-speed automatic transmission, sending the drive to all the four wheels of the Q5. In the Indian market, Audi Q5 is up against the likes of Range Rover Evoque, Mercedes Benz GLC, and Volvo XC60 among others.
Design, Performance, Fit and finish
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The Q5 functions as a brilliant compact SUV that does not compromise on features that you would expect from larger SUVs as well
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The latest generation Q5 is available only in a diesel avatar for now
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