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  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. Remember where you heard it first Here at the Audi Q2 Forum we have just had confirmation of prices for the Audi Q2 Pricing confirmed for the fourth Audi Q model, channelling the family genes and technological assets with a new design direction Compact SUV with bold, powerful design and high level of functionality Available to order in the UK from August priced from £20,230, first deliveries in November Infotainment and assistance systems from the larger Audi models, including the optionally available virtual cockpit, head-up display and park assist Engines from 115PS to 190PS, quattro drive High definition design meets highly intelligent technology in the new Audi Q2, the Vorsprung durch Technik brand’s first crossover which will join the currently three-strong Audi Q range later this summer priced from £20,230 OTR. Head of Audi Design Marc Lichte and his team have taken the compact SUV in a bold new styling direction intended to appeal to a younger audience, and have combined this with a quality of finish and a portfolio of connectivity, infotainment and assistance systems that will be instantly familiar from the larger Audi models. “In the Audi Q2 we have developed a distinctively geometric form language with model-specific design characteristics. The car exhibits an independent character within the Q family,” says Lichte.
  4. 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.
  5. Audi UK's first promo video for the new Q2 While we refer to the Audi Q2 as a compact SUV, the company prefers to keep things open with its new UK advertisement spot. Whether you want to label it as a SUV, allroad, baby SUV, small crossover or just a hatchback that’s been pumped up a little, Audi is letting you define its latest creation. The Q2 is referred to as “a new breed of Audi,” and the 58-second spot showcases the versatility of the vehicle from a road cruiser to an off-road prowler. This case of multiple personalities, we think, is Ingolstadt’s primary selling point for the new Q2.
  6. Here at the Audi Q2 Forum we unfortunately cannot claim the bragging rights for spotting this Q2 on the roads here in the UK, thought to be in Newcastle, this was reported on another Audi Forum. What we can add to the story however is that it appears to be sporting German number plates unsurprisingly registered in Ingolstadt, the home of Audi, keep a look out on the roads near you, you never know it may be doing the rounds
  7. As far as we are aware, production of the Q2 has not yet started and neither are full details available, especially regarding price. But if you are a big enough fan of the quattro brand and are considering buying such a vehicle, there's one way to catch a quick glimpse before everybody else. A red Q2 has just arrived at Audi Forum Neckarsulm and will stay there until the 24th of May. Images Courtesy Of: http://www.autoevolution.com/news/new-audi-q2-crossover-arrives-at-audi-forum-neckarsulm-105667.html#ixzz43El1IgbQ
  8. The Q2 certainly looks distinctive with its 'floating blade' C-pillar and colourful trimming. It's slightly shorter and narrower than an A3 hatch and boasts a complex shape that shows a lot of vertices and edges. Customers will be able to opt for the colour finish of their choice and will even be available as an aftersale option, but it will require fitting by the main dealer.
  9. Here's a few new tech fact about the Q2 since it was shown in Geneva. As you probably know by now, the basic engine is a 1.0-litre similar to what you find in the VW Up! but fitted with a turbocharger. With a manual and FWD, it's the lightest of the bunch, yet still tips the scales at 1,205 kilograms, about the same as a fully equipped A1. Together with the 116 PS 1.6-liter TDI, it's the slowest model offered, as both versions take 10.7 seconds to reach 100 km/h and have a top speed of 190 km/h. The fastest Q2 has a 2.0 TFSI rated at 190 PS and will do 100 km/h in 6.8 seconds, but the equally powerful and more frugal 2.0 TDI takes a respectable 7.0 seconds. Read more: http://www.autoevolution.com/news/new-audi-q2-crossover-arrives-at-audi-forum-neckarsulm-105667.html#ixzz43EiodmCG
  10. Found this nice video of the 2.0 TDi Quattro Q2 shot by an Audi worker from Ingoldsadt and posted on his facebook page.
  11. Here's what we think is the first image of the new Q2, spotted out and about by the eagle eyed pro-street.dk. I must say a car that looks good in grey IMO will look great in any colour.
  12. According to a recent post on AutoExpress it appears the Q2 will start from around £22k what are your thoughts on this if correct? http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/audi/q2/84757/new-audi-q2-crossover-targets-younger-buyers-with-22k-price-point
  13. Because Audi is targeting the Q2 at a younger audience, its styling will be a little more daring than we’re used to from Audi. As these artist impressions published last year show, the sides will be more sculpted than other Audi models. We expect the production version of the Q2 to share more design features with the handsome Audi Prologue concept car (below), meaning a more angular front end than our pictures show and a lower grille that’ll stretch across the front of the car. The latest renderings seem to suggest a new style grille also, see the red image, a honeycomb effect seems an option being talked about, either way the latest crossover will have subtle style changes that target younger audiences whilst keeping the traditional Audi customer onboard.
  14. 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
  15. or... Erleuchtet die Nacht: Der neue Audi Q2, as they say in Germany Audi again focus on lighting in their latest teaser video, this one at least doesn't involve cooking utensils
  16. We may be reading too much into this and by no means should this be taken as gospel, but todays report on Audi Blog UK showing a leaked Audi document outlining what appears to be model releases and updates for the near future. The image shows what could be plans for 2017/2018 and there is no mention of the Q2, that said it could of course mean that they will recieve it this year ie 2016 but that according to the recent rumours seems unlikely. Ultimately this may be a meaningless post, but eh, everybody loves a good rumour don't they?
  17. 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
  18. It's like they are waiting for a new arrival The Audi AG communications team has released a teaser photo showing all three SUV models currently made by the company and a vacant spot for a fourth one. Of course, it could be the all-new SQ7 or the second-generation Q5. But we're sure that it's the Q2.
  19. According to the latest rumours surrounding Audi's new sub compact Q Model, the Q2 could arrive as early as March 2016 during the Geneva Motor Show of this year. When you look at the rendering, the Q2 appears quite big and this is in spite of the fact that the Q2 will be sold as a sub-compact crossover model. There is an indication of the Q2 being based on the MQB platform through the long front overhang and the distance between the wheel and the firewall. When compared to the Q3 and the Q5, the Q2 looks rather rugged in nature. The grille protrudes from the bumper in the form of a nose and the vehicle sits rather high for a Q2 model. Audi might offer four-cylinder petrol and diesel engines when it comes to the engine options. The engines will be paired with either manual or dual-clutch automatic gearbox options. The Q2 should be revealed in the Geneva Motor Show and in global terms, this vehicle will compete with the Nissan Juke along with the Mini Countryman. Meanwhile, in the UK market, the Q2 will sit below the Q3 with the latter being the most affordable model from Audi’s Crossover/SUV range in the market and there is also talk that the US could also be seeing the Q2 in their showrooms soon too. It is also understood/rumoured that the top of the range models could be all wheel drive 'Quattro' Models with SQ additions coming soon after during 2017. Not long to go, can't wait for the Geneva show now
  20. With the Q2 around the corner latest model of the brand’s Q series of SUVs. It will be sit below the entry-level crossover Audi Q3 and won’t have any competition from BMW and Mercedes. What would you class as a rival to the Audi Q2? Perhaps the Evoque, possibly the new Jaguar F-Pace or more likely the higher spec Juke., what else would you consider?
  21. 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
  22. Rumours around the web suggest that the new Q2 could be unveiled next month at the Detroit Motor Show with a view to a summer 2016 release here in the UK and europe, a US release date was not initially expected but with a possible Detroit showing, who knows, well presumably Audi. In Audi’s current range, the Q3 SUV is approximately £5,000 more expensive than the equivalent A3 hatch. We wouldn’t expect the jump from A1 to Q2 to be quite as much, to avoid overlapping into A3 territory. In that case, entry level models will likely start at a little below the £20,000 mark, when it goes on sale in 2016.
  23. Audi has swapped trademarks with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) to snare the rights to the Q2 and Q4 badges for upcoming crossover SUVs. Audi CEO Rupert Stadler confirmed at the Detroit Motor Show that the brand had finally persuaded FCA to release the two names – allowing Audi to lock up the Q1 to Q9 badges for its growing SUV family. Audi already plans to drop the Q2 name onto its MQB-based city crossover this year, while the Q4 badge will slot onto the rump of a “coupe” version of the next Q3. Not only was the Q2 moniker Alfa’s property, so too is the equally desirable – certainly for Audi – Q4 badge, which has presented Audi with something of a problem when their whole crossover/SUV nomenclature is based on the ‘Q’ badge. But it looks like there’s been a resolve. Georg Kacher – a man who knows his way round the hidden alleys and pathways of the motor industry – reports in Car Magazine that Audi has done a deal with Alfa Romeo, and the Q2 and Q4 monikers are now nicely tucked up in Ingolstadt, all ready to adorn the next wave of Audi’s butch models. That explains why the car we thought would be the Q1 is actually going to be the Q2, and leaves Audi free to fill in the gap between the Q3 and Q5 with a Q4 coupe SUV.
  24. Audi will lay the foundations for future growth in 2016. In the coming financial year, the company plans to continue with its high levels of investment. Along with further process and cost optimization, the planned capital expenditure is to amount to more than € 3 billion, and will support the Ingolstadt-based company along its successful path. Half of the planned investment will take place at the German sites in Ingolstadt and Neckarsulm. Furthermore, Audi will recruit additional experts in the field of future technologies once again in 2016. The company intends to push forward with its growth strategy with the approved investment program in 2016: “We are continuing with our high levels of investment in future technologies to enhance the strong position of our brand,” emphasized Audi CEO Rupert Stadler. The car producer also plans to enter a new market segment with the Audi Q2 model next year.