With its agile performance and driver-centric technologies, the 2019 Audi Q3 is great for navigating the city. Available with quattro® all-wheel drive, the Audi Q3 is also ready to escape to the open road. With a turbocharged 200-horsepower, 2.0-liter, TFSI® engine and a six-speed Tiptronic® automatic transmission for sport control, the Audi Q3 can navigate city streets with ease.
From the sporty front grille to the sleek wraparound tailgate and brilliant LED taillights, the Audi Q3 exudes style that can make the open road a little more scenic and the city a little slicker. The Audi Q3 is the crossover SUV that can adapt to almost any environment. Roads can be unpredictable; luckily, the Audi Q3 is available with Audi’s legendary quattro® all-wheel drive system. By sending power to the wheels with the most grip, quattro® helps maximize available traction to improve handling performance.
Beauty is in the details. Meticulous interior inlays available in Aluminum Satellite or Balsamic Brown Walnut Wood are testament to Audi’s dedication to fine craftsmanship. The available MMI® navigation-plus system provides available Audi connect®, enabling Google Earth™ with 3-D satellite imagery, a Wi-Fi hotspot for up to eight passenger devices, local traffic and weather, flight information, news and more.
The standard panoramic sunroof offers both the front and rear passengers a virtually unobstructed overhead view while flooding the cabin with natural light. Whether transporting groceries or gear, the driver has plenty of options with a 60/40 split folding rear seatback and 48.2 cubic feet of storage space with rear seats folded.
The aggressive sport crossover SUV appearance of the Audi Q3 is bolstered by S line® bumpers with enlarged air intakes, gloss black side sills, a rear diffuser, aluminum door sills and a pronounced rear lip spoiler.
2019 Audi Q3 Quattro
City: 20 mpg
Hwy: 28 mpg
Trans: 6-speed automatic
0-60 mph: 8.2 sec
[Did You Know: Audi’s grille is important because most other car companies have signature grilles with more history. Audi had to develop its symbolic identity more consciously. The result has become so critical to the company’s identity that it has trademarked the word “Singleframe” for a car grille — which has seen an official four generations of styling.]