Q3 is not anymore the smallest SUV in Audi’s international line-up. Q2 has taken its place of being smallest SUV in the class. This shows that Q3 is becoming more practical and a compact equipped version with full-fledged styles to match.
The front-end design of the Q3 is very much similar to the chief model Q8 SUV. It has the same headlamps. The top spec trims will have LEDs with matrix and adaptive beams. The grilles are made larger in font the same as its earlier variant which is on sale in India currently.
The size of the wheels is from 17 inches to 21 inches. It is now presented in a dual tone look. The color palette is vibrant now. In the new Q3, the black bit in the bottom creates a feeling of larger height. So, it feels like SUV like look of Q3. The Q3 model’s cabin is spacier than the earlier model. This is because it is like the VW’s MQB platform which is present everywhere. The boot can store up to 675 L of luggage and it has an adjustable floor. It can be enlarged up to 1,525 L because of the 40/20/40 rear seats which can be split-folded. Different driver assistant systems are included in the models like cruise system, a 360-degree camera, park assistant system, pedestrian detection, etc. on Q3.
There are 2 type c connector USB ports in the front and 2 in the rear along with a charging socket also for the use of rear passengers. The car will also have a 15-speaker sound system of Bang & Olufsen and there are Apple Car Play and Android Auto for connecting smartphones.