Whether for adventures off the beaten track or everyday life in the big city – the Audi Q2 is a real all-rounder. Youthfully styled and with lots of high-tech on board, it combines progressive design, great driving pleasure and high functionality. Connectivity, infotainment and assistance systems of the compact SUV are based on luxury class equipment.
Dynamic driving pleasure
The standard progressive steering system ensures direct and dynamic handling. The optional quattro drive, Audi drive select driving dynamics system and adaptive damper control ensure increased driving pleasure.
The Audi Q2 flexes its muscles at first glance: with broad shoulders and angular features, it is full of energy and self-confidence. The low roof and high window line are reminiscent of a coupé and make the lifestyle athlete look impressive. Particularly striking are the wedge-shaped headlights, the high-positioned singleframe grille and the lush air inlets. The long roof spoiler and a diffuser in underride guard look underline the sporty rear.
Progressive: the light
The optionally available LED headlights including dynamic flashing light at the rear ensure precise illumination of the road surface similar to daylight. At the same time, they provide increased safety and generate less energy consumption. They also have a long service life.
Functional: the interior
The interior of the Audi Q2, which continues the sleek, angular design language of the exterior, offers space for five people. The four doors open wide and allow easy access with sufficient visibility. The seating position of you and your co-driver, on the other hand, is sporty and meets the expectations of the exterior.
Stylish and individual
The Audi Q2 is as individual as you are: numerous equipment packages including expressive colours for decorative trims and seat covers leave plenty of room for personal design. On request, the LED light package in conjunction with illuminated decorative elements makes the interior particularly attractive.
With a high entry level, good visibility and a large luggage compartment volume of 355 litres to 1,050 litres, the Audi Q2 is a typical compact SUV. The highlight: your sitting position is as low as in a Sedan in relation to the steering wheel. On request, an electrically opening and closing tailgate or a three-part rear seat including through-loading are available.
High variety: operating concept and infotainment
The Audi Q2 is equipped as standard with a 5.8-inch MMI monitor. If you order the MMI Navigation plus with MMI touch, you also get a touchpad on the central control element. The system can also be used conveniently via the natural language control and the integrated MMI search. As an alternative to the standard analogue instruments, all displays can also appear pin sharp and highly detailed in the fully digital Audi virtual cockpit. Another high-end feature: a head-up display is available. It projects driver-relevant data in the form of coloured graphics and numbers onto a glass pane in your direct field of vision making checking your speed or navigation directions even easier.
MMI Navigation plus
Operation of the Audi Q2 is convenient and intuitive: the MMI monitor is positioned high up in the instrument panel as standard. Its size depends on the selected infotainment system. The functions can be controlled via a rotary/push button as well as two buttons and two toggle switches on the centre tunnel. MMI Navigation plus with MMI touch is at the top of the infotainment range. Its menu structure and the touchpad on the rotary/push dial, that allows scrolling and zooming, make operation a pleasure. Increased comfort is provided by the natural language control and the MMI search. It is usually sufficient to enter a few characters to reach the desired function or the planned destination.
Audi virtual cockpit and head-up display
As an alternative to the easy-to-read analogue instruments, the fully digital Audi virtual cockpit is available. Its 12.3-inch display shows highly detailed graphics and offers two display modes: one displays the tachometer and speedometer in the centre. The other displays the infotainment or navigation data. The view can be conveniently controlled via the multifunctional steering wheel. In addition to the options of the fully digital instrument cluster and the MMI Navigation plus top infotainment system, there is an additional option for the equipment: the head-up display. It projects the most important information onto a glass panel in your direct field of vision. These can include, for example, navigation data, current speed information and warnings.
Bang & Olufsen sound system
Music and acoustic enthusiasts can look forward to a tuner for digital radio reception and the optional Bang & Olufsen sound system. It controls 14 loudspeakers and enhances the interior with shiny clips made of anodised aluminium on the woofers. LED light guides emit white light in the dark.
With MMI Navigation, you can surf and stream content through your smartphone using the integrated WiFi hotspot of the LTE/UMTS module. The data rate required for this is included with the embedded SIM that is installed in the car. Mobile phones with iOS and Android are integrated into the MMI through the Audi Smartphone Interface.
The polygonal design adds new facets to Audi’s design language. The bonnet is three-dimensionally embossed and the octagonal singleframe grille is positioned high. It gives the front of the Q2 a clear SUV look.