2019 Audi Q3 Redesign
2019 Audi Q3 Redesign welcome to audicarusa.com discover New Audi sedans, SUVs & coupes get our expert review. Audi plans to introduce a new Q3 later this year and the latest spy plans of the car conducting winter development tests confirm an evolutionary look for the new rival BMW X1. We expect the new compact Q3 SUV to be valued at about £27 000 when it is on sale.
These latest spying shots Q3 of our photographers are much clearer than the previous images we got. The main features we have identified before remain evident on this test mule, with the front of the Audi Q3 having a redesigned grid that is wider than the one on the current car.
There are also new LED headlights that can be seen much more clearly in these images, suggesting that the Q3 will be put in line with the recently seen frontal designs on the A5 and A8. Back lights are also more visible and are shaped in a “boomerang” style, similar to the Q8 luxury SUV concept.
2019 Audi Q3 Interior
The style can be scalable, but the current T3 is the oldest model in the German brand range, so big changes are expected under the skin. There will be a whole new cabin and a whole new platform to update the Q3 with the rest of the Audi line-up.
As a large number of models in the VW group line-up, the new Q3 will make a transition to the CBRM platform-which is used by everything from the Skoda Kodiaq to the Audi TT.
The advantages of the new platform range from less weight and more space, to the possibility of a higher fuel economy using hybrid technology. The new model will share a footprint similar to the current Q3, but there’ll be small increases in length and width-60mm and 50mm, respectively. The wheelbase must be stretched up to 50mm.
2019 Audi Q3 Redesign
The cluttered dashboard of the current model and the central console design will make room for a much smoother and more ergonomic layout, inspired by the larger Audi Q5. The Audi virtual cockpit display will replace the conventional instrument harness behind the steering wheel.
2019 Audi Q3 Engine
The new CBRM chassis also opens a range of new engine possibilities for Q3, with the most significant being an e-Tron PHEV. Auto Express also includes Audi is tracing an all-electric Q3. It could use the basics of the VW e-Golf update, which now has a range of 186 miles.
At the opposite end of the range will be a T3 RS. It is likely to use the latest version of Audi’s five-cylinder Turbo, which is not only lighter, but also much more powerful, with 394bhp.