The Audi Q2 Interior is well used by said MQB platform and its interior design is very familiar to other Audi models, with a generous central display for the MMI system. The implementation optionally can be digital thanks to the new screen Virtual Audi cockpit . To say that the trunk of the new Audi Q2 will range between 405 and 1,050 liters.
The smallest of the “Q” Audi made so far by the known Audi Q3, Q5 and Q7, measures 4.19 meters long (4.39 meters long has an Audi Q3) family, 1.79 meters wide and 1.51 meters high. it will only be sold with a five – door body and its outer draw attention details like the new front grille will be the new hallmark of the Audi crossover, the whole lighting system LED (assume that front will be optional) and the C – pillar painted in a color contrasting with the rest of the body to restaltar sportiness of this small crossover. The S line packages will also be offered in order to impart outdoor air and sportier interior.
Inside, it’s loaded (if you pay for the options) with many of Audi’s head-spinning array of connectivity options and driver aids.
The Q2 uses the Group’s MQB platform, meaning lots of modern engineering and tech. But though it’s an Audi, and though it’s a crossover, all-wheel-drive doesn’t figure very prominently. In fact for a few months after the UK launch in autumn, there’ll be no Quattro versions at all.
Audi Q2 Interior
Space hasn’t been neglected in the Q2’s desire for style. There’s reasonable space for four adults in the back (even a six plus-footer as our images show), although the 405-litre boot is quite a way behind the 481-litres offered by the Mercedes GLA. Audi makes the most of the space with the option of a 40/20/40 split-folding seat.
Audi Q2 interior design
Step inside the cabin and things are a bit more familiar. It’s similar in overall look to the current A3, but also incorporates the latest multimedia tech from the new A4, including the optional 12.3-inch Virtual Cockpit display replacing the standard dials. A standard 5.8-inch MMI central infotainment screen sits atop the dash, while the upgraded system brings an 8.4-inch unit. Both are controlled via the familiar rotary dial.
The Q2 also gets a unique LED ambient lighting system that sees light projected through the panel gaps in the dash, with different designs for day and night. Standard kit for UK cars is yet to be confirmed, but will include a Pre-Sense city braking function that operates up to 53mph.
Exterior design head for the Q2, Gary Telaak, told Auto Express at a private reveal event that a junior designer drew up a sketch of the five-door model, and when the Audi board of execs came across it they said “we have to build this”. However, he also talked of a “constant struggle” between the design and quality control department to ensure that the more surfaced exterior of the Q2 could “pass stringent metal pressing standards”. The designers were determined to not see their creation watered-down in any way.