The upcoming Audi Q5 was spotted testing for the first time ever. It is expected to debut in most markets by 2021. Changes include a new front fascia along with a revised rear-end design. The SUV makes use of a plug-in hybrid in markets abroad. Combined, the powertrain develops 367PS of power and 500Nm of torque. In India, the Q5 uses a 2.0-litre TFSI petrol and TDI diesel engines good for 252PS and 190PS. To celebrate the company's first decade in India, Audi introduced limited-period pricing on November 2, 2019 for the 45 TFSI quattro and 40 TDI quattro variants, both of which now cost Rs 49.99 lakh (ex-showroom, pan-India). Technology variants cost Rs 55.99 lakh.
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We’ve always looked at the Q5 as a jack-of-all-trade sort but Audi claims that it’s now the ‘perfect Q’. What is the perfect quattro then, and just how much has the new Q5 changed?
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