You look at the new 2019 Audi Q3, the last piece of the Ingolstadt SUV jigsaw. Our spies have tested this prototype disguised in Germany.
The Ingolstadt-based brand is in the advanced testing phase with the second-generation Q3 considering that the prototype spotted at a close distance seemed to have all the body panels and lights. Judging by the halogen headlights and the rather small alloy wheels, it is likely that we are looking at a smaller version of the crossover.
To easily identify it as the new model, just look at the position of the side mirror caps, now sitting lower on the doors. It’s hard to say if the next iteration of what was not too long ago Audi entry-level SUV will grow in size, but with the Q2 out, slightly increased proportions could be in the works . In terms of design, it’s pretty much the same thing, but we’re expecting bigger changes on the inside to align it with the recent four-ring models.
Engine options should echo those offered in the Volkswagen Tiguan and include everything from an entry-level four-cylinder engine to a 1.5-liter, turbocharged 2.5-liter five-cylinder engine producing about 400 PS (298 kW) . Rechargeable and electric hybrid versions have also been rumored to have a range of 299 km (186 miles) on a single charge.