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      Welcome To The Worldwide Audi Q2 Forum   02/23/2016

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    Three generously equipped specification levels Three specification levels are available from launch on the new Q2, with entry-level SE versions benefitting from a raft of features as standard. Among them is the Audi smartphone interface, which supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto displayed via the MMI screen once a phone is plugged in via USB. A Bluetooth interface is also standard, as is the MMI radio plus with MMI controller and heated, electrically adjustable exterior mirrors. Inlays can be chosen in either white or orange. For an additional £1,550, Sport models gain 17-inch alloy wheels (up from 16 inches on SE), Audi drive select with five operational modes, cruise control, light and rain sensors and sport seats upholstered in cloth. SD-card based MMI navigation is displayed via the seven-inch central screen and includes a three-month trial unlocking the Audi connect portfolio. Red or yellow inlays can be selected for the interior, while bumpers can be specified in Manhattan grey or matching body colour depending on preference. Stand-out features on S line models – priced at £2,250 above Sport – include the hallmark front, side and rear styling enhancements, 18-inch alloy wheels, LED headlamps with LED rear lights and dynamic sweeping rear indicators, LED interior lighting, inlays finished in brushed aluminium and front sport seats upholstered in cloth/leather upholstery with S embossing on the backrests. A multi-function perforated leather steering wheel is also standard, featuring grey contrasting stitching and S line badging. An exclusive Q2 design feature is the contrasting blade on the C-pillars. On SE it is finished in Manhattan grey, in Ice silver on Sport and matt Titanium grey for S line models. All of these colours are optionally interchangeable and Ibis white is also separately available. Model Specification Transmission OTR pricing Q2 1.0 TFSI (115PS)* SE 6-speed manual £20,230 Q2 1.0 TFSI (115PS)* Sport 6-speed manual £21,780 Q2 1.4 TFSI CoD (150PS)* SE 6-speed manual £22,380 7-speed S tronic £23,930 Q2 1.4 TFSI CoD (150PS) Sport 6-speed manual £23,930 7-speed S tronic £25,480 Q2 1.4 TFSI CoD (150PS) S line 6-speed manual £26,180 7-speed S tronic £27,730 Q2 1.6 TDI (115PS) SE 6-speed manual £22,480 7-speed S tronic £24,030 Q2 1.6 TDI (115PS) Sport 6-speed manual £24,030 7-speed S tronic £25,580 Q2 1.6 TDI (115PS) S line 6-speed manual £26,280 7-speed S tronic £27,830 Q2 2.0 TDI (150PS)* Sport 7-speed S tronic £26,930 Q2 2.0 TDI (150PS)* S line 7-speed S tronic £29,180 Q2 2.0 TDI quattro (150PS)* Sport 7-speed S tronic £28,360 Q2 2.0 TDI quattro (150PS)* S line 7-speed S tronic £30,610 *Available later in the year
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    We a nice visitor at work today:)
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    Hi everybody this my new toy : AUDI Q2 SPORT TFSI 150 HP Sent from my iPhone using Audi Q2 Forum mobile app
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    Hi all, Cant wait - my new Red S Line Q2 should be with me in the next 10 days. Understand it has been built just waiting for a ship to bring it over to the UK...
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    I must have missed this site before.... Quote: "The Audi Q2 is the type of car that breaks with conventional thinking. It doesn’t fit into any pigeon hole. Its customers are exactly the same – they are young, expressive and not always entirely conformist. And this is exactly why they’re cool and want to drive a cool car." https://audi-illustrated.com/en/q2
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    You're right, Nigel.... the link is not valid anymore... I wonder why.. anyway.. http://www.autocar.co.uk/car-news/new-cars/audi-sq2-breaks-cover-nürburgring-300bhp http://www.carscoops.com/2016/06/hot-audi-sq2-caught-naked-at-nurburgring.html
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    Really nice thanks for posting, found the spec... Edition #1 spec includes: Exterior mirrors in brilliant black Quantum Grey metallic paint, plus possibly Cool Orange? C-Pillar in Brilliant Black Audi Rings on C-Pill;ar 19" 5 Arm Rotor black alloys S-Line sport bumpers, diffuser and front grill surround in contrast dark finishes Leather multi-function steering wheel Audi smartphone interface with 7" screen and MMI navigation LED Interior illumination Sports seats with contrasting stripes The First Edition Models will be available with the following engines: 1.4 TFSI 150ps - First Edition (TBC, £30k est) 2.0 TDI 150ps - First Edition (TBC, £32k est) 2.0 TDI 150ps - First Edition (TBC, £33k est)
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    Hey all, i've attended the first Q2 presentation to public over here in Holland. The red car is the 1.6TDI pimped up costing roundabout € 55K TjingTjing. It's the Sport version with Pro line S and Sline exterior and a whole lot of other goodies like 18inch alloy's sunroof, leatherseats and so on and so on. My first impression: Its a rugged looking car. I'm not into the red color and if i decide to choose the Q2 it's deff. gonna be te Design version probably in grey like some of my other document pictures i added. i like that version. the Trunk is large enough specially with the adjustable flooring in the low position. raising and lowering it is a bit of a hassle... not audi worthy! inside the passenger compartment i have to get used to the small space and the front window being very close. but i have to add i've beendriving a Mercedes B for the last 4 years now and that is truly spacious as you can expect from an MPV. At the start of the production the 1.0TFSI 115Bhp will not be available. that engine will be introduced in the Q2 during feb/march 2017. so 1.4TFSI will be the entrylevel leven engine. Estimated pricing for that car will be € 29K and the TDI will start at €33K The Red document pictures show the exact external differences between the different versions and pack's. That's all for now. I really like the car and i believe in the handling and the Stronic gearbox. it looks Slick, it looks Sporty, it looks BuFF, the only thing for me what i want to check out another time is the innerspace. This Friday the presentation of the same car will be closer to my village and i will attend it with my family so i can stack my kids inside. Best Regards, Bram
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    Audi UK will present nine brand new models to the public for the first time in the UK at this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed (June 23-26), including debuts for the new Q2, Audi’s most compact Q model, and the high-performance R8 V10 Spyder. Also making their UK public debuts will be the all-new, second-generation Audi S5 Coupé, packing a 3-litre V6 turbocharged petrol engine with 349bhp, and, joining the Audi Sport family, the all-new five-cylinder TT RS Coupé. Another highlight of the Audi stand will be the new Q7 e-tron quattro, its largest, most efficient SUV capable of driving up to 34 miles on electric power alone. The second-generation A4 allroad, bridging the gap between the estate and SUV sectors, will be on show for the first time, alongside the 4-litre diesel SQ7 SUV. Paying homage to the R8 GT3 race car that took a total of 323 overall race wins, Audi will also present the brand new limited edition R8 V10 plus selection 24h. Only 24 of these 610PS monsters will be built, making Audi’s most powerful car also one of its most exclusive. As well as all-new vehicles, Audi’s heralded A3 range has been enhanced and will be showcased on its stand in saloon, e-tron and Sportback form. The Vorsprung durch Technik brand’s presence won’t only be felt in the exhibition area where the public can get up close to its newest models; it will also star on track, where a professional race driver will pilot the blistering Audi R8 V10 plus up the famous hill in the Michelin Supercar Run on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. For fans of heritage race cars, the 1991 Audi V8 DTM will thunder up the hill with Frank Biela at the wheel to celebrate 25 years since his DTM victory. Another milestone will be remembered when an Auto Union Type C ‘Silver Arrow’, driven by Pink Floyd legend Nick Mason, will also rumble up the hallowed Goodwood tarmac to mark 80 years since Auto Union’s European Championship victory in 1936. The popular and demanding off-road course will be attended by all but the latest member of Audi’s Q range, including the Audi Q3, Q5 and Q7. The public can also indulge in an even more immersive experience at the Home of quattro by trying out its virtual reality driving experience software and robotic chair alongside Audi Sport racing driver, Oliver Jarvis. To witness the multiple UK debuts of brand new Audi vehicles as well as a host of heritage race cars and immersive experiences (all subject to change), the public can purchase Goodwood Festival of Speed tickets and information via www.goodwood.com/tickets.
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    There is an article about the Q2 in the April Audi Driver mag... I uploaded only an extract.... Audi.Driver-Q2-April.2016 18.42.57.pdf
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    A good first review, well actually a first drive report for the Audi Q2 from autoexpress, I've added a few snippes, follow the link to read the full review. looks like the price will start around the £22k mark. given that the new Audi Q2 was developed in Ingolstadt and will soon be rolling off a production line very nearby, you’d imagine that’s where we’d be headed on this occasion. Er, nope. We’ve had to jet halfway across the world to Havana. Yep, the one in Cuba. But here were are, and the car in question has been in the pipeline ever since Audi’s Cross Lane Coupe was shown at Paris four years ago. The “99% finished” article has five, rather than three, doors, is a fraction under 4.2 metres long and sits on the now well-utilised MQB platform. That means the Q2 shares most of its underpinnings with the slightly longer, but lower and narrower, A3 hatch. What's it like? Thorough test drive this is not. Our route around sprawling Havana was in strict convoy led by a police escort and we rarely nudged above 40mph. Mind you, we often find ourselves grumbling about how smooth the roads are on foreign launches – and that certainly isn’t the case here. Few British roads are in such a sorry state as Cuba’s, so it would actually be unfair to draw too many conclusions about how well or otherwise the Q2 might ride on home soil. Nevertheless, it’s certainly firmer than the A3 with which it shares a platform. The standard passive dampers allow surprisingly little wheel travel by SUV standards, so there’s head toss aplenty along lumpy roads. The optional adaptive setup brings some welcome longer wave compliance when called upon (by choosing Comfort mode), although actually struggles more to keep wheel and road in contact over the really rough, broken-up stuff. Should I buy one? A pint-sized SUV with an Audi badge on it is as close to a guaranteed sales success as there is in 2016. And if you’re sold on the idea of a (slightly) jacked-up driving position, a swanky cabin and mildly butch styling, there’s every reason you might want to wait for the Q2 to arrive. A more thorough assessment of the Q2’s dynamic prowess will have to wait until we drive a production version on European roads. But aside from our reservations about ride comfort, Audi’s smallest SUV yet looks to be classy, practical and surprisingly good value – at least compared with the closest premium-badge-wearing competition. Audi Q2 1.4 TFSI 150 S Line S tronic (pre-production) Location: Havana, Cuba; On sale: November; Price from £26,000 (est.); Engine 4 cyls, 1395cc, turbocharged petrol; Power 148bhp at tbc; Torque tbc; Gearbox 7-spd semi-auto; Kerb weight tbc; Top speed tbc; 0 62mph tbc; Economy tbc; CO2 rating & BIK tax band tbc http://www.autocar.co.uk/car-review/audi/q2/first-drives/2016-audi-q2-14-tfsi-150-s-tronic-review
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    Thanks for sharing, a good read, I in fact I signed up for the magazine myself last night
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    Here a few pics I took today at the stand of Audi at the Design Week in Milano. this car is simply beautifull... And I want one! regretfully, no info on availability or cost, yet. Enjoy photos, for now.... ciao luciano (Milano, Italy)
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    Glad to hear from you Start...welcome. I am keen on the Q2 having recently eliminated the new Infiniti Q30 from my next-purchase choices. So far the Geneva launch has impressed me so I can't wait to see it in the metal. However July ordering / November delivery seems a long way off. Doh!
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    Autoexpress have released some teaser images of the new Q2 (Attached) the car will be the first product from Audi design boss Marc Lichte, who came from VW in late 2013 to replace Wolfgang Egger. Lichte announced his arrival with the stunning prologue concept in 2014. He’s been relishing the chance to deliver a radical production car after criticism of the conservative Q7 and A4. As I understand it the new Q2 will be available with a choice of coloured graphics so that you can further personalise your car a la DS3. http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/audi/q2/84757/new-audi-q2-heads-brands-suv-boom
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    Hi, Q2 looks amazing so I want to keep up-to-date with all the news of this new SUV. Hopefully it will be launched at either the Detroit Motor show on 11th January or at the March Geneva show. I plan to replace my 4 .5 year old Mazda 3 Takuya in the next 6 months so Q2 is at the top of my list.
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    Been to Audi Manchester, seen the Q2, got the T-shirt Yesterday they had a left-hand drive VEGUS YELLOW for one day only as it tours NW England showrooms. Not my colour but the car is fab, correct length for my driveway and subject to my better-half's approval, could be my next vehicle from next March if a suitable spec, ex-demo is available at the right price. Couple of pics taken. Still no postings from Macca our administrator/moderator, not replying to my personal emails......has anyone heard from him?
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    Individual customisation The Audi Q2 is as individual as its drivers and is available with loads of customisation options – inside and out. Many equipment packages, exterior colours and expressive colours for interior trim and seat upholstery allow plenty of creative space for personal configuration. One option is the LED lighting package, in which the interior is staged in a particularly attractive way with illuminated trim elements. Newly designed 17-inch alloy wheels are fitted as standard, and can be optionally increased to 19 inches upon request.
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    A thread I am creating to upload and access HD Hi Res images of the New Audi Q2 for those who just can't get enough of the q2 and would like one as a background image on their PC, Laptop etc, feel free to add more yourself. A minimum of 2000 x 1000 size for this section please any smaller will be moved to another thread
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    A few more Audi Q2 Wallpapers for you to enjoy...
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    As is the case with many new models, Audi are expecting the demand for their new Q2 to exceed production capabalities when it goes on sale later this year Chris Batty, Audi UK product manager recently said: "We are really optimistic about how well this will sell, if anything it could be constrained by how fast we can build it,” Batty said. “That could be what limits it going above any of the other Q models initially.” My advice would be get down to your dealers and open dialogue with them if you are serious as waiting times of six months or more are commonplace for new models for orders taken once initial stocks are allocated.
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    I put my deposit down a couple of weeks ago, so please form an orderly queue behind me
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    Ditto. This particular grey is exclusive to the Edition #1 apparently, along with a really cool orange. I believe it's available to order from September.
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    New to the q2 forum, in fact new to forums, so please forgive me in advance for any errors on my part Based in warwick I am very interested in placing an advance order for a new Q2 based on the fact that I have had trouble free and enjoyable motoring with my current Q3 for two years now but the decrease in interior size should be no problem for myself and the good lady, the only concern I may have is price and value for money but I assume most are in the same position. Having spent the last hour browsing through the forum I'd like to say thanks for all the info posted up by all you kind folk as it is helping me with the wait. Looking forward to participating and trying to place a comment in discussions that are relevant to me. Thanks again, Nigel
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    Compared to wide range of choices, it is difficult to choose an option or two, we may do financial sacrificies in order to get the best options , it's a Q2 Cheers,
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    Andy, several Dutch dealerships Will hold à preview event THE end of june and THE beginning of july. I don't think we Will able to drive in it but i'm certain we van take place behind THE wheel and in de backseat. The preview car(s) Will travel around THE country. I'll post à headsup over here after THE event for sure. I do hope the cars dimensions don't dissapoint me, i'm a little bit afraid iTS going to Bé On THE small side. Sent from my iPhone using Audi Q2 Forum mobile app
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    Bienvenue Marco, enjoy this forum. Hopefully the Q2 will be in UK showrooms in July. What date has Audi planned for the French launch?. Digressing to the Euro 2016 football competition with France welcoming thousands of visiting football fans many of whom will be motoring enthusiasts, has Audi taken the opportunity to preview the Q2 at locations close to your football stadiums? ......if not, a possible sales promotion missed!. I myself am a keen football fan and will be glued to the T V for the next month so I will not be quite to active for the duration of the competition. Meilleurs voeux John
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    Hi my friends, I'm Marco Dupre, 36 year's from Paris France (15e arrond), i'm pleased to join all the team here. Actually i'm owner of a beauty A3 Sportback year 2012 & in my projects to buy this summer a new Q2 who was a heart stroke for me at the last show of Geneva 2016. Thanks a lot!
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    Hold on there!..........I am a non-conformist 70 year old and hoping that not all Q2s will be sold to young, expressive customers so If the car meets my expectations, I will be swapping my nearly new Mazda Sport Nav for the red Q2 pictured above next March before the £140 vehicle excise duty kicks in on 1st April 2017.
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    Congrats on your new purchase, I do see the logic there. Hopefully you will continue to drop into the forum from time to time obviously the Mazda has served you well and I am sure will continue to do so. Maybe the same family member will give you a great price for your new Mazda 3 when the time comes lol. A temporary farewell to a valued member. Andy
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    Me too, the new Q2 looks like it is going to be a techys dream
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    I found this list that may be a help https://www.carwow.co.uk/new-car-delivery-times not looking too good for a quick delivery time accoring to the Q3 estimates, would probably be significantly less if you where looking at a stock vehicle, @THE DALEK would you be looking at having many options fitted?
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    I must go down to my local Manchester Audi showroom and make sure I am on their invitation list for any special early viewings of the Q2 as did occur for the recent introduction of the new Infiniti Q30 when it was being demonstrated to the Infiniti showroom sales team and service mechanics. The Q30 car was also displayed at the local Trafford Centre shopping Mall (and other locations across the UK) some 3 months before it was officially on sale. Watch this space for any news I get.
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    Found this nice video of the 2.0 TDi Quattro Q2 shot by an Audi worker from Ingoldsadt and posted on his facebook page.
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    Her are a couple more shots for you then, I have to say I am impressed with how good the Q2 looks in this combination, bodes well for the entire range it certainly is a good looking car. would you choose the black 'floating blade' ?
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    Having seen many of the new and concept car launches at the Geneva and recent Detroit motor shows being unveiled in RED, I think this colour will trend and move up the charts in 2016. See a recent survey at: http://www.carwow.co.uk/news/White-most-popular-colour-1675 Honda, Lexus and Infiniti (Q60 Coupe) super cars were all RED at their Detroit launches as was the Audi Q2 in a RED, Orange and Blue at Geneva. You will see in some of my other posts that I 'RED'!
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    Good idea, I have pinned the topic and moved to 'Versus The Competition'. I thought it was a good fit, although I'm open to suggestions for as to where this topic would be best placed to help members?
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    Thanks for the alloy wheel update. Wish I could have the Q2 'yesterday' but will have to wait DOH!.
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    Something for you to wet your appetite with, the first official images of the Q2, must say I love it And the best thing? No more teasers Yeeehah
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    Yes, it's stop /start, but I've managed to see the car ....WOW, FAB BRIL, super stylish. YOUTUBE will have the whole event soon.
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    Normally a late riser, I'll have set my alarm clock for 7.50am ish GMT DOH! ...but it should be worth it.
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    Look what arrived in my inbox this morning Audi has dropped a slightly-more revealing teaser of the new Audi Q2, which gives away an idea of the headlamp/taillamp designs, as well as the distinctive character lines running across the side profile. The Q2 will follow Audi’s latest design language which was previewed by the Audi e-tron quattro at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show. It features Audi’s characteristic angular design with swept back LED headlamps, large grille, and a sporty front bumper. Given that it will be smaller than the Q3 but will have to allow space for an even smaller model Q1 model, expect its length to fall between 4.0 metres and 4.39 metres.
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    Nothing to see here, move along... Not a lot given away again, nice to see the Q2 name confirmed though
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    Today's inbox surprise was the latest Audi Q2 teaser video and thank goodness it appears that the name may well be 'Q2' after all and that's a relief for us here on the Audi Q2 Forum
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    Geneva Motor Show is a great DAY OUT but if you have never been to Paris then a MINI WEEKEND at the least, is a must!. Cars, sightseeing, food, FOLIES BEGÈRE! etc ..can't be missed ha ha.
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    Audi Q2, the smallest crossover in the Ingolstadt brand’s future range, is getting ready for its debut. The Q2 is actually the production name of the already confirmed Q1 and will become the smallest model in Audi’s Q range. Initially, the car went by the name of Q1, but a trademark dispute with Alfa Romeo made the Germans at Audi call their new car the Q2. No big deal in the long run, but a bit confusing in the short term for those who were expecting the launch of a car called the Q1. As you can see in the attached spyshots, the Q2 seems to be really close to its production body. The vehicle is based on the Volkswagen Group’s MQB modular platform. This means that it is skipping the PQ25 architecture of the current A1 and taking on the future platform of this hatchback. From what we can see, I love the proportions of the Q2, what do you think ?