Audi Q2

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  • 34.99 - 48.89 Lakh
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Audi Q2 Key Specifications

  • Price

    34.99 Lakh onwards


    1984 cc



    Fuel Type


    Seating Capacity

    5 Seater

Quick Facts about Audi Q2

Audi Q2, a SUV, is available from 34.99 Lakh to 48.89 Lakh in India. Audi offers the latest Q2 in 6 versions in India. The base model Standard starts at 34.99 Lakh in Delhi and the top model Technology is priced at 48.89 Lakh in Delhi. If you are looking for 5 seater car then you should consider Q2.

Q2 comes in 6 Petrol version(s).

Petrol version comes with 1984cc engine capacity and automatic transmission mode(s). It generates 187hp power at 4200 rpm.

Audi Q2 comes in 8 colors which include Arabian Blue Crystal, Mythos Black, Nano Gray, Daytona Gray Pearl Effect, Quantum Gray, Tango Red, Floret Silver, Ibis White.

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Audi Q2 Price List (By Variant)



1984 cc | Automatic
34.99 Lakh Check On Road Price

Standard 40 TFSI quattro With Sunroof

1984 cc | Automatic
36.49 Lakh Check On Road Price


1984 cc | Automatic
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Premium Plus I

1984 cc | Automatic
44.64 Lakh Check On Road Price

Premium Plus II

1984 cc | Automatic
45.14 Lakh Check On Road Price


1984 cc | Automatic
48.89 Lakh Check On Road Price

Audi Q2 Price in Popular Cities

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About Audi Q2


The Audi Q2 is the latest addition to the Q-lineup of the German car manufacturer. The car looks more like a crossover than an SUV with its distinct and compact dimensions. The Q2 is offered in eight colours such as Tango Red Metallic, Quantum Gray Metallic, Nano Gray Metallic, Mythos Black Metallic, Arabian Blue Crystal, Daytona Gray Pearl Effect, Floret Silver Metallic, and Ibis White Solid. Customers can choose from five variants that include Standard, Premium, Premium Plus I, Premium Plus II, and Technology.


The car measures 1548mm tall, 1805mm wide, 4318mm long and has a wheelbase of 2593mm. On the outside, the Q2 barely has any resemblance with its elder siblings and speaks its own design language. The front houses the large octagonal single-frame and chrome finished grille with massive hexagon shaped air vents. The car sits on a comfortable set of 17-inch multi-spoke alloys. The broad shoulder line with sloping roof looks bold with black B-pillars and an eye-catching contrast C-pillar. At the rear, the design looks neat with LED tail-lamps, with silver-finished skid plate just above the two-tip exhaust. The luggage compartment gives way to 405 litres of boot-space with a space-saver tyre.


On the inside, the car gets Audi’s virtual cockpit accessible with a three-spoke multi-functional flat-bottom steering wheel.  There are finely sculpted sport seats with insert inlays and 10-colourdual-zone ambient lighting. The air-cons are circular and get rotary and twist-type controls. It comes loaded with wireless charging (below the elbow support), dual zone climate control, leatherette seats, front and rear parking sensors. The Audi Q2 is offered with MMI Navigation Plus infotainment system. The system is not touch-based and can be used with the MMI touchpad. It gets Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity, voice command and the rear-view parking assist camera. It comes equipped with two standard USB slots on the front and two USB Type-C slots for the rear passengers.

Engine and Transmission

Under the hood, this luxury crossover is powered by the accustomed 2.0 litre, four-cylinder petrol motor, making 190bhp and 320Nm of torque with a claimed speed of 228kmph. Of course, it gets Audi’s very own Quattro all-wheel-drive mated to a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission.


Audi Q2 Expert Review

Santosh Nair
by Santosh Nair
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Why would I buy it?

  • Potent powertrain, good ride/handling combo
  • Compact dimensions
  • Solid German build-quality

Why would I avoid it?

  • The dated cabin 
  • Lacks features 
  • Higher spec variants are expensive

Engine and Performance

Audi Q2 Right Front Three Quarter

Powering the Q2 is the utterly refined and infamous 2.0-litre EA888 TFSI petrol motor unit that is also used in numerous Volkswagen Group cars. The output of 188bhp/320Nm is channelled to the wheels via the Quattro AWD system with the help of seven-speed S-tronic dual-clutch automatic transmission. It’s a punchy one, this. But it doesn’t seem so initially and amusingly comes across as pretty tame at low revs. If only it had a matching exhaust note too.

Audi Q2 Left Side View

And as soon as you go hard on the throttle, this motor’s apparently got the mettle to force you into the seat while speeding ahead feverishly, albeit in a linear manner. But the thing is, you have to wait for a split moment for the turbo to spool up at about 2,000rpm hereafter, which then leads us to witness its rather sprightly performance all the way to its red-line. In this respect, Audi claims its Q2 can do 100kmph in a rather swift 6.5 seconds before hitting a top speed of around 228kmph.

Audi Q2 Gear Shifter/Gear Shifter Stalk

Working in close quarters with this feisty motor is the dual-clutch gearbox that offers nothing short of seamless and lightning-quick shifts in the most dynamic drive mode. Even in extreme kick-down situations. And if this still doesn’t satisfy your speed-buds, then the paddle shifters are your last bet. Honestly, it's only when you toggle to Efficiency/Comfort mode that some delay creeps into the gear-shifting equation which is given considering the overall intent of these modes. All in all, they alter the engine/gearbox and steering responses.

Ride Quality and Handling

Audi Q2 Right Side View

Speaking of which, in the Efficiency/Comfort mode, the steering feels light and easy to point at slower speeds and toggling to ‘Dynamic’ renders it to weigh up significantly. Those who’d like to mix and match the responses for a tailor-made experience (like myself) are free to use the Individual mode. But we certainly concede that the steering is a wee bit slow off the centre to start with, but get past that and it’s largely direct.

Audi Q2 Left Rear Three Quarter

Likewise, there is some body roll due to the 200mm ground clearance and long-travel dampers, but it never comes to the point of shaming its hot hatch demeanour or even scaring the wits out of you. Playing a hefty role here other than the grippy tyres is the Quattro AWD diving in to help the Q2 stick to its intended line around bends. That aside, despite the underlying stiff suspension setup, the Q2 absorbs everything from the odd irregularities to the harsher bumps in its stride. What’s even nicer are the solid high-speed stability manners. Consequently, the brakes have a strong bite, with no tendencies of brake fading even after a day’s spirited driving.

Comfort, Convenience, and Features

Audi Q2 Dashboard

Once inside the Q2, you’ll agree that this cabin isn’t one of the more modern Audis despite the immaculate quality and fit/finish. Surprisingly enough, more than a few bits here and there can remind one of some of the earlier Volkswagen Group models. That aside, while you sit tall on those well-clad front seats, they also offer good support overall. Nevertheless, we expected at least some electric adjustments.

Audi Q2 Front Row Seats

Apart from that, the MMI screen itself is a bare basic one with a dated interface which isn’t a touchscreen one! Then, there’s the all-digital instrument cluster with customisable screens, and although it performs the job well, the graphics could have been better. Practicality-wise, there’s a bunch of storage spaces all across that can easily store your belongings. As for the rear bench, it can accommodate two adults with just about enough head- and knee-room for me (I’m 5.5’).

Audi Q2 Second Row Seats

However, the lack of appropriate under-thigh support along with the rather upright non-adjustable backrest translates into less comfy long hauls. But owing to the 40:20:40 split-folding functionality, one can let the extra luggage spill here accordingly when the 400+ litres of boot space isn’t enough. In terms of features on the top-spec Q2, it has ambient lighting, LED headlamps/taillights, a sunroof, an MMI system with navigation and smartphone connectivity, wireless charging and two-zone climate control. 

Audi Q2 Bootspace Rear Split Seat Folded

Safety Features

Audi Q2 ESP Button

The safety net on the Audi Q2 includes eight airbags, ABS with ESC, head restrains, and an electric parking brake. It's also equipped with daytime running lights, heated and auto-dimming door mirrors, a parking aid with a rear-view camera, auto-dimming inner rear-view mirror, tyre pressure monitoring system (TPMS), and ISOFIX child seat mounts.


Audi Q2 Right Front Three Quarter

A half-eyed glimpse is all it takes for anyone to make out that the Q2’s creator is undoubtedly Audi. Yes, looks are more or less subjective but that grille, in particular, casts a shadow on whether it was worthwhile taking up all that facial real estate. Simply because it looks far from smashing, especially with those blunt headlamps flanking it. Likewise, the profile section isn’t the least inspiring and seems more like a hatchback on stilts. Agreeably, Audi rears aren’t usually of the catchy kind (pun intended), but the cute upright stance with the subtle ‘T’-shape tail lamp internals and dual-tip exhausts make for some decent visuals.

Audi Q2 Left Rear Three Quarter


Audi Q2 Left Front Three Quarter

Considering the Q2 is a CBU, it costs a steep Rs 45.63 to Rs 63.14 lakh (OTR Mumbai), which frankly speaking, is a lot of money for not a lot of car. Also adding to its list of woes are the inappropriate rear seat dynamics, the age-old cabin design, a subtle stance, and the fact that the carmaker could have brought in the facelifted model which is already doing the rounds worldwide. Meanwhile, the only substantial thing going for it, other than having an Audi parked out front, is the fun-to-drive factor that’s brought about by the zippy powertrain and an endearing chassis. Honestly, is that enough reason to plonk for one? We don’t think so.

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The on-road price of the Audi Q2 in Delhi starts at 40.77 Lakh for the petrol engine. Meanwhile, the top end model with the petrol engine (Q2 Technology) is priced at 56.74 Lakh.

Audi Q2 is a 5 seater with 5 doors.

No. Sunroof is not available in any of the 6 versions of the Audi Q2.

No. 4x4 drive option is not available in any of the 6 versions of the Audi Q2

Audi Q2 Colours

Arabian Blue Crystal
Daytona Gray Pearl Effect
Floret Silver
Ibis White
Mythos Black
Nano Gray
Quantum Gray
Tango Red

Q2 Specifications

Note: Specifications for Q2 Premium (Petrol) have been mentioned

Dimensions, Capacities & Details
Length (mm)
Wheelbase (mm)
Boot Space (L)
Width (mm)
Turning Radius (m)
Fuel Capacity (L)
Height (mm)
Ground Clearance (mm)
Arabian Blue Crystal, Daytona Gray Pearl Effect, Floret Silver, Ibis White, Mythos Black, Nano Gray, Quantum Gray, Tango Red
Seating Capacity
Displacement (cc)
Peak Power
187 BHP
@4200 RPM
Peak Torque
320 NM
@1500 RPM
Key Features
Air Conditioner Air Conditioner
Climate control Climate control
Central locking Central locking
Power steering Power steering
Power windows Power windows
Electrically Adjustable Driver Seat Electrically Adjustable Driver Seat
Steering Adjustment Steering Adjustment
Rear AC vent Rear AC vent
Remote Controlled Boot Remote Controlled Boot
Leather seats Leather seats
Electrically Adjustable Mirrors Electrically Adjustable Mirrors

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