In many cases, with the new Audi models, the reactions are “New”? It looks just like the old one. ” This does not apply to Q3, whose second generation appeared much larger than those of its predecessor. This was normal, because at the end of life of its predecessor under the sun Q2 appeared, so the second generation of Q3 had to let his breath breathe. With larger bodywork, inevitably come more powerful engines. So far we did not know much about it, but now Audi has added some new Q3 drives and some of them sound pretty tempting.
The basic version Q3 35 TFSI will now come with a 1.5-liter four-cylinder TSI with 150 hp. and 250 Nm, which benefits from a two-cylinder exclusion system, thanks to which Audi promises 5.7 l / 100 km of average fuel consumption.
You can order it with a 6-speed or 7-speed S Tronic with two clutches. The two-liter versions start with Q3 40 TFSI with 190 hp. and 320 Nm. This option comes standard with S Tronic and quattro. The most powerful variant for now is 45 TFSI with 230 hp. and 350 Nm, capable of 6.5 seconds to 100 km / h and a maximum of 233 km / h.
Are there any fans of diesel? Audi Q3 35 TDI comes with a two-liter 150 hp engine. and 350 Nm. The base diesel has a front and average consumption of just 4.7 l / 100 km , but you can order quattro, choosing a box here also allows you to prefer a lever or automatic. The top diesel offers 190 hp. and 400 Nm in the Q3 40 TDI. It takes 8 seconds to reach 100 km / h and boasts a pretty decent 5.5 l / 100 km…
Author: Simon Tyler Photo edit: Audi Power Team Contact us: AudiPowerGroup@gmail.com Date: 16 April 2019