The images show that there are two test mules, one with alloy wheels and the faux silver skid plate. The other one missed out on the skid plate and got black rims. Audi might classify these as different variants but without making major changes to the design or dimensions. The Q2 is 4,190mm long, 1,790mm wide, 1,510mm tall and has a wheelbase of 2,600mm. The single frame octagonal grille, rectangular shaped headlamps and squared LED tail lamps will remain the same.
The cabin of the Audi Q2 gets the virtual cockpit system which is highly configurable and doubles up as a navigation display. The MMI infotainment screen will have Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility as a standard feature.
The Audi Q2 will be available in six engine options including three in petrol and diesel each. The petrol engine options include a 1.0-litre TFSI (114bhp), a 1.4-litre TFSI (148bhp) with cylinder on demand technology and another 2.0-litre TFSI (187bhp). The diesel variants on offer are a 1.6-litre TDI (114bhp), a 2.0-litre TDI (148bhp) and a 2.0-litre TDI (187bhp). Transmission options include a standard six-speed manual with the option of a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission. The power will be sent to the front wheels in most variants. Some of the versions, mostly the 2.0-litre variants, might also get the Quattro system.
The Ingolstadt-based automaker has brought in new styling cues with the Q2, which is the smallest SUV from the carmaker. The vehicle will be available to order in the UK from July this year, but deliveries are expected to begin only in November. Looking at the demand of premium crossovers in India, we can also expect the Audi Q2 to be introduced in our country but not so soon.