Audi Q3 2019 Release Date Australia
Audi Q3 2019 Release Date Australia welcome to audicarusa.com discover New Audi sedans, SUVs & coupes get our expert review. The new Q3 measures 4485mm long, 1856mm wide and 1585mm high and is 97mm longer, 25mm wider, but 5mm flatter than the model it replaces. The wheelbase of 2680mm has meanwhile risen by 77mm compared to its predecessor.
Audi claims for damages were asserted in the knee room, in the head and in the elbow room, and with a huge increase was in the trunk – at 530-675l (depending on the rear seat configuration), the new Q3 has 70l more trunk than its predecessor in its smallest Capacity.
Folding the backrest of the second row increases the number to 1525, while the cargo floor itself can be adjusted in three different levels. The Q3 made a big step in terms of appearance and debuted a new LED daytime running light signature, which also corresponds to the graphic in the tail lights. Speaking of headlights: LED Interale are available as standard with three different versions.
For the first time, the Audi Q3 offers led matrix technology with intelligent adaptive high beams. The headlights and tail lights are also connected by a striking shoulder line, which gives a muscular look around the radbögen. The front is a gaping grid designed according to the latest Audi models, namely the larger Q8 SUV, which has an octagonal design and eight vertical slats for an aggressive look.
Audi is promoting the newly found sporting character of the new Q3, and we expect the wider body, multi-angular lines and muscular proportions to make it a far more aggressive looker than the model before it. There will also be a number of personalization opportunities for customers – similar to the new A1 and smaller Q2 – including contrasting paint for lower body parts, the S-line outer packaging, eleven outer color colors and various Easily alloy wheel designs from 17 to 20 inches in diameter.
In the interior, the sporty theme continues with the Q3 ‘s new driver-oriented cabin design, which is lined with the latest iterations of Audi’s driver and infotainment displays, three-dimensional styling elements as well as increased trim and colour variants. As standard, the Q3 is equipped with a 10.25-inch virtual cockpit digital driver display, which can be optionally exchanged for a larger 12.3-inch unit with elevated functions.
There are also a handful of MMI infotainment variants ranging from 8.8 to 10.1 inches in size (diagonal). Depending on the specification, the MMI system includes Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, voice control, online services and a built-in navigation with real-time traffic updates. Buyers can use option units with LTE connectivity, Google Earth navigation mapping, WiFi hotspot and compatibility with the Myaudi smartphone app – this latter can also be for remote functions such as auxiliary heating, locking/unlocking, vehicle status and much more be used.
– Basic, Audi design selection and S-line, three different interior color concepts can be selected. Depending on the specification chosen, buyers can have sports seats, along with various leather and Alcantara trimmings.
The decision for the Audi Design selection package also includes the ambient lighting package, which can be configured in 30 different colors, and covers the lighting of the glovebox and the badge on the instrument panel. Another focus of the improvement of the Q3 is the area of driver assistance and active safety technologies. The autonomous emergency braking (called in the Audi-speaking in the pre-sense) is included as standard, additionally with the detection of pedestrians and cyclists.
The track holding assistant is also equipped as standard with speeds of 60 km/h and above. Features available include adaptive cruise control, jam Assist, active Lane assist, and a 360-degree surround camera system.
The performance comes from a series of four-cylinder turbo engines, three gasoline and one diesel, at the start. The power outputs range from 110kW to 169 kw, with the front and all-wheel drive depending on the variant available.
Audi Q3 2019 Release Date Australia
In Europe, a six-speed manual is fitted as standard in certain models, and an optional seven-way-s tronic double-clutch automatic is available. There is also an adaptive damper system with six different profiles, with S-line sports suspension available as an option (as part of the S-line outdoor package) in conjunction with progressive steering.
Under the skin, the Q3 has a Macpherson front suspension, supplemented by a four-limb rear design. The new Audi Q3 will meet the European showrooms in the autumn of the Northern Hemisphere (from September).