The Audi Q3 is presented by its manufacturer as a premium compact SUV class, combining sporting qualities and efficient with a versatile, modern, able to adapt to virtually any kind of way.
Its appearance shows an attractive design, it incorporates a single-frame grille with diagonal top corners to the front, whose lines extend along the tightly arched bonnet, giving a dynamic and progressive. The sporty styling of this vehicle is further accentuated by enormous air inlets and steep rear window that visually complement your side swiftly organized by the belt line.
Another interesting feature of the Audi Q3 attraction lies in its wedge-shaped headlights that get bring a very special touch.
As for the engine, this car is offered in two versions TFSI units (combining direct injection with turbocharging fuel) 4-cylinder offering increased power and torque from 280 to 300 Nm. The most powerful version of these motors can deliver an output of 211 hp, accelerates in 6.9 seconds from 0 to 100 km / h and reaches a top speed of 230 km/h.
The model 170 hp TFSI quattro works in combination with a gearbox 6-speed manual, while the 211 hp TFSI quattro combines with the dynamic S tronic 7-speed, which optionally can be changed through paddles on the steering wheel.
Audi also offers other Opcions of Q3 models equipped with two four-cylinder TDI engine with a displacement of 2.0 liters that offer high power (up to 177 hp) and torque of 280 to 380 Nm.
These powerful drive units can provide more efficient performance because they are assisted by modern technological applications such as the Start-Stop system, the onboard computer, and the energy recovery system.
Start-Stop technology helps reduce fuel consumption and CO2 emissions by switching off the engine when the Audi Q3 is not running, while the computer provides information generally on consumption data and tells the driver what the right gear for every occasion.
Meanwhile, the energy recovery system converts kinetic energy into electrical energy while the car is in motion or being stopped. When accelerating again, the battery directs the temporarily stored energy back to the car, so that it releases the load on the alternator, saving fuel.