Audi's new Audi Q3 is a versatile SUV went on sale in Turkey. The new Q3, which offers a number of superior features such as performance, comfort, digital operating system and comprehensive infotainment systems seen in Audi's top models, took its place in Audi showrooms with its 35 TFSI engine option.
Audi's Q3 compact SUV went on sale in Turkey. Having a very sporty appearance, the Q3 stands out with its technological features, efficient and high-performance engines, and first-class information and entertainment systems. The new Audi Q3 is offered with two different equipment, S line and Advanced, and 35 TFSI engine options.
The completely renewed Audi Q3's octagonal design single-frame front grille and large air intakes add a much sportier look to the vehicle. In the front design of the vehicle, headlights that move inwards in wedge shape and facilitate the vision with optional Matrix LED technology stand out. The symmetrical lighting graphics of the front and rear lights and the side view create a balance with the exterior design. While the shoulder line creates a strong athletic look on the fenders, it also connects with each other. The contours, inspired by Audi's quattro DNA, make the SUV appear even wider. Contrast-colored fender covers also emphasize the off-road look. The body of the car is complemented by a long roof edge spoiler that also surrounds the side rear window.
Driver-oriented and sporty interior
Horizontal lines and three-dimensional design elements show their effect on the interior of the New Q3 as well as outdoors. Premium materials create a perfect harmony with the architectural structure and new operating concept. The MMI touchscreen infotainment system stands out as the basic element with its glossy black glass-look frame. It is located at a 10 degree incline towards the driver, with the air conditioning controls underneath. While the comfortable seats provide a sporty sitting position, the steering wheel is positioned at a right angle accordingly.
Efficient and variable space concept
With a length of 4.484 millimeters, a width of 1.849 millimeters, a height of 1.585 millimeters, and the wheelbase has been extended by 77 millimeters, all dimensions of the new Audi Q3 have increased compared to the previous generation.
The rear seats of the car can be moved to the front and rear by 150 millimeters as standard. The three-way split backrests in a ratio of 40:20:40 can be tilted in seven steps. Depending on the position of the rear seats and backrests, the luggage compartment capacity provides 410 to 1.405 liters of loading volume. The loading floor can be adjusted up to three levels, and the rear trunk can be placed under the floor if it is not needed. The electric tailgate that can be opened with a foot movement can also be purchased with a comfort key as an option.
Analogue displays are no longer included in the car, whose operating system has been completely renewed. Even standard equipment includes a digital instrument cluster with a 10,25-inch screen that the driver operates using the multifunction steering wheel. Equipped with first-class equipment, the car is equipped with the optional MMI navigation plus and the Audi virtual cockpit that offers many additional functions. There is also a 10,1 inch touch screen in the middle of the control panel. The larger Audi virtual cockpit plus, with three different looks, including a sporty instrument, is available as an option. The intuitive operating concept with its flat menu structure is complemented by voice control. The voice control system understands expressions, asks questions when necessary, offers options and works in harmony with the user. Optionally, the voice control function provides access to detailed information in the cloud as well as information stored in the car to assist the user in responding.
Intelligently connected: infotainment system
The premium infotainment system in the Audi Q3 offers the same technical functions as the Audi models in the upper segments. The navigation system recognizes the driver's preferences based on previous journeys and allows them to create suitable route suggestions. The new Q3 features a wireless charging box as standard and an optional Audi smartphone interface. Thanks to the Audi smartphone interface, the screens of smartphones can be wirelessly transferred to the infotainment system, and with the wireless charging box, smartphones can be charged during the ride without using cables.
Comfort and safety: driver assistance systems
Quality and state-of-the-art systems also contribute to the security of the New Q3. One of these systems is the adaptive driving assistant. This assistant controls the car's longitudinal and lateral movement and keeps the car in its lane even in narrow lanes and partially closed roads. The Audi Q3 also makes it easy to maneuver, thanks to four 360-degree cameras. These cameras show the surroundings of the SUV on the infotainment screen. Thanks to the parking assist system, the car can automatically enter and exit the parking areas. The driver only needs to accelerate, brake and shift gears. Cross traffic assistance is activated if the driver wants to turn back from a steep parking lot or through a narrow entrance. Another feature is the lane change assistant. If the system detects a vehicle in the blind spot or approaching rapidly from behind, it warns the user with a warning LED in the relevant exterior mirror.
Agility on level and off-road Traction and suspension
The Audi Q3 is offered with a front-wheel drive gasoline engine option. This engine offers 150 hp. The 35 TFSI engine option features turbocharged four-cylinder direct injection units. Power is transmitted by a seven-speed S tronic gearbox.