Second Generation Audi Q5 is Launched in INDIA 2018


 Second generation Q5 Audi has been launched in India at Rs.53.25 lakhs.Q5 is based on MLB Evo platform.It replicates the present day Audi A4, A5, Q7. Though Q5 is larger in its outlook it’s 90 kg lesser than the other trending Audi classes. Second generation Audi Q5 TDI Technology is tagged with Rs.57.6 lakh and Audi Q5 35 TDI Technology premium plus is tagged with Rs.53.25 lakh at footsteps of the showroom.

Audi Q5 Features

New Q5 is 4663mm longer,1655mm taller and 2141mm wider whose wheelbase has raised to 2189mm. Q5 replicates its predecessor Q7 on the horizon. The hexagonal grille flanks Audi’s shell with lustrous LED headlamps and DRL’S.The rear end is occupied by LED tail lamps. Turn indicators are the same as that of the previous model. The side phase put forth the wavy line of the car. Den visualises the dashboard which finished with dual tone. The infotainment has disconnected. It is the basic thing in all the other Audi breeds. It includes the 7-inch display screen with MMI interface, climate control detector, virtual cockpit, wireless charging unit and a sunroof. Euro NCAP rates Q5 as 5 in terms of safety and precautions which provides 8 airbags, parking system with a rearview camera, tyre pressure check system.  Audi  Q5 2 litre diesel engine which generates 190ps of max power with the 400Nm peak torque. The fuel-efficiency is 17 Kmpl which is 2.8 Kmpl high when compared to its Audi family.

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