Audi has updated the style and available technology of its SQ2 crossover, which should be available in early 2021, as pre-sales have already started in Germany and other European countries.
The price of the Audi SQ2 for 2021 starts at 45,700 euros in Germany, while buyers from Great Britain will have to spend 38,700 pounds. Neither SQ2 nor Q2 are available in North America.
The 2.0 TFSI engine is the same as before, generating 300 hp and 400 Nm of torque with a standard seven-speed S tronic transmission and quattro all-wheel drive. The SQ2 accelerates to 100 km / h in just 4.9 seconds, while its maximum acceleration is limited to 250 km / h.
The redesigned look is immediately visible as soon as you take a look at the car. The octagonal Singleframe grille is now slightly lower, and the bumpers and air intakes have been redesigned and more aggressive. Although LED headlights are available as standard, Audi will now offer new Matrix LED units as optional accessories. The SQ2 also comes with LED rear lights, paired with dynamic indicators.
On the sides, the redesigned SQ2 features aluminum-looking mirror housings, aluminum sill inserts and a spoiler on the roof edge.
As for the interior, the 2021 SQ2 has automatic air conditioning as standard, along with a sporty multi-purpose steering wheel and sports seats. As for the information and entertainment program technology, it has been maximally improved and refreshed with the latest programs and maps.
Finally, Audi also left up advanced safety systems. The SQ2 not only comes standard with Audi's pre-designed front safety system, but also adaptive cruise control, which is a new addition to the optional equipment. Adaptive driving assistance allows the driver to relinquish control of the car during acceleration, deceleration and steering.