2020 Audi Q3 Redesign, Specs, Rumors, Expectations & More
The 2020 Audi Q3 will exploit the modular platform of the Volkswagen Group, for greater interior space and lower weight. Price, size and much more.
Audi decided to refresh its compact SUV, Audi Q3, which for the occasion did not just rebuild the look but changed several aspects, especially from a technical point of view. New platform as a construction base, to exploit the know-how gained by the Volkswagen Group, but the watchword seems to have been spaciousness.
2020 Audi Q3 Redesign & Changes
The restyling of Audi Q3 that we can already admire has tried not to distort too much the lines of the model widely accepted on the market, but at the same time wanted to give the SUV a worse look. This is demonstrated by the air intakes on the corners of the front bumper, as well as the shape of the headlights and octagonal grille, which fully recall the family feeling of the last period of Audi, in this case, some lines that we could appreciate on the new Audi Q8.
The front headlamps, proposed in LED in three different versions, make direct torque with the rear light units with a three-dimensional effect, while a line runs along the side of the car to create a direct connection between the front and rear. A muscular character, however, that of the 2020 Audi Q3, which highlights even dynamic details such as the rear pillars very inclined forward. The whole, then, in a range of dimensions that sees increased everything except the height: 97 mm more than the previous in length, now of 4,485 meters, while 1,849 meters and 2,681 measure the width and pitch.
Internally, the technological update includes the introduction of the Virtual Cockpit, the digital instrumentation that has now consolidated its presence in the range for some time, while the MMI Touch infotainment display completes all the telematics part and helps to manage the onboard systems.
2020 Audi Q3 Engine Specs
Initially, on the market, the new Audi Q3 will be offered with petrol and diesel engines, all four-cylinder turbo engines and with the petrol units in turn equipped with the particulate filter. The basic version of entry into the range sees the adoption of a 1.5-liter and 150-horsepower petrol engine, with a low-engine cylinder deactivation system, while the powers available for this Four-Ring SUV can reach up to 230 horsepower. At the debut of the Audi Q3, there will also be the 7-speed automatic transmission S Tronic.