Audi Q3 2019 Interior
Audi Q3 2019 Interior It has only been a few years since the Audi Q3 went on sale in the United States, but it is important to remember that Audi sold the T3 abroad for three years before bringing it stateside. Dating from the model year 2013, Q3 is actually one of the oldest vehicles in the Audi range. Now there is a new version for 2019.
The first thing that stands out from the 2019 Audi Q3 is how much more aggressive the style is. It might be too much for some people, but unlike the current Q3, you will definitely not call the new anonymous or simple design. The front end borrows a lot from its look of the Q8, with flared wings that give the subcompact luxury a muscular and athletic look. The back, meanwhile, gets its own distinct style. We would have preferred the visible exhaust tips and for the grid to stand out a little less, but overall, the design is a huge improvement.
The T3 grew, giving the passengers much more room in the cabin. Not only did it 3.8 inches longer than before, but its wheelbase was also stretched 3.1 inches. It’s also a little more than half an inch wider and a little less than a quarter of an inch lower. Together, larger dimensions promise more legs, head, and shoulder. The rear seat slides nearly 6 inches and gets a 40/20/40 slot, allowing both cargo and passenger space to be maximized as needed.
Audi has also completely redesigned the interior, using many of the same design elements that you will find in one of the vehicles it has introduced over the past two years. The star of the show is a massif of 10.25 inches of digital instruments. Mount from the basic model and Audi visually impressive Virtual cockpit also becomes available, as does a 12.3-inch screen. The center console uses an 8.8-inch touchscreen to control the infotainment system, but that can be upgraded to a 10.1-inch screen if you choose the high-end version.
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The T3 gets its fair share of advanced technology, as well. The high-level infotainment option comes with an Audi function called Natural language voice control, which, thanks to Cloud connectivity, it claims will be less exasperating to use than regular voice controls. There is also a suite of connected services that promise to provide traffic and parking information, improved search capabilities, Internet access, and a Wi-Fi hotspot.
Only two USB ports are included, but one is a C-type plug, which should make it faster to recharge phones. As is now the industry standard, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto Support are also available. Adaptive cruise assistance is also available, combining the adaptive speed controller with jam Help and track assistance.
At launch, Audi plans to offer four engines in Europe, but neither the entry-level 1.5-liter gas engine nor the diesel option is likely to travel to the United States. Instead, we’ll probably get a 2.0-liter turbo-four that makes either 190 hp and 236 lb-ft of torque or 230 hp and 258 lb-ft. There is also a chance that we can get both. But although the Q3 ‘s 2.0-liter engines only come with full traction in Europe, we are still waiting for Audi to offer a front-Drive version here. In any case, suppose a double seven-speed clutch will be the only transmission option.
Audi Q3 2019 Interior
The new T3 will be on sale in Germany and other European countries in November, but it is not known how long it will take for Audi to bring it to the United States. There is no official pricing, either, but you can expect it to be announced closer to the Q3 ‘s date for sale. Currently, prices start just under $34 000 but don’t be surprised if you have to pay more for a 2019 Audi Q3.