Audi has announced the availability of the 2017 Q2 SUV in the United Kingdom, the model arriving in November with prices to start from £20,230 in the SE trim and going up all the way to £30,610 in the S Line.
Each versions come with its own features, but in case you want something extra, then you should also empty your pockets.
The SE for instance, features Audi smartphone interface with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto support, USB, Bluetooth, heated and electrically adjustable exterior mirrors and a few more.
In case you want more features, then you can also choose the Sport trim, which costs £1,550 more than the standard SE. This one adds other goodies to the list, like the 17-inch alloy wheels, Audi drive select with five modes, light and rain sensors, cruise control and sport seats.
Next, the S Line comes with a plethora of goodies, including LED headlamps with LED rear lights, dynamic sweeping rear indicators, front sport seats in leather upholstery with the S logo on the backrests, leather steering wheel, LED interior lighting, Audi virtual cockpit, head-up display, driver assistance, adaptive cruise control and other safety systems.
Under the hood, all three variants, are equipped with a 1.4-liter TFSI petrol engine, developing 148 horsepower, as well as with a diesel 1.6-liter TDI, with 113 horsepower. Later on, the carmaker announced the introduction of fresh mills, like the 1.0-liter TFSI three-cylinder engine, developing 113 horsepower, followed by a 2.0-liter TDI flat-four, churning out 148 horsepower.