2022 Audi Q3 to launch in India soon
2022 Audi Q3 to launch in India soon

The Indian auto market is a major priority for the German automaker Audi. Audi India recently unveiled the facelifted Audi A8 L model, and it is currently preparing to unveil the brand-new Q3. Audi’s social media account has officially teased the 2022 Q3 model. It’s anticipated that India will get it next month (September 2022).

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In 2019, the brand-new Audi Q3 debuted internationally. Its rollout in India, however, has been postponed. However, it is now prepared for introduction in India. It will be challenged on the market by vehicles such as the BMW X1, Mercedes-Benz GLA, and Volvo XC40.

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New Audi Q3 Design

The 2018 Audi Q3 takes styling cues from the Q8, the SUV that serves as the brand’s flagship. It has an octagonal grille up front with eight vertical chrome slats. This high-end SUV will have LED tail lamps with DRLs, multi-spoke alloy wheels, and matrix headlamps. A 10.1-inch touchscreen infotainment system, a 10.25-inch digital instrument cluster, and a 360-degree parking camera will all be included in the latest generation Audi Q3. In its boot, there will be an adjustable floor. It has a 675-liter trunk that can be increased to 1,526 liters by folding the back seats.

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New Audi Q3 Engine

the India-specific A 2.0-liter petrol turbocharged engine, also used in the Volkswagen Tiguan and the Skoda Kodiaq, will power the Audi Q3. There will be a torque of 320 Nm and a horsepower of 187 in this engine. A 7-speed DCT can be coupled with it. Three different engines are available for the international-spec Audi Q3: a 1.5L turbo petrol (150bhp), a 2.0L turbo petrol, and a 2.0L turbo diesel.

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