Audi is setting the stage to launch the Q5 facelift in the country on 23 November 2021. In October, the German carmaker began assembling the new Q5 at its Aurangabad facility in Maharashtra. Later on, it also opened up reservations for the SUV. That said, the new Q5 will be offered in two variants - Premium Plus and Technology.
The refreshed Q5 makes its way to India with a redesigned grille, headlights, bumpers and rear lights. Besides, it gets new alloy wheels too. Moreover, Audi has updated the cabin with up-to-the-minute features and has also tweaked the dashboard. For instance, there is a 12.3-inch instrument cluster, 10.1-inch MMI Plus infotainment touchscreen, a panoramic sunroof, ambient lighting and a wireless charging pad. To read more about the new Q5, please do read our first drive review here.
The Q5 is powered by a 2.0-litre, inline four-cylinder, turbocharged petrol motor mated to a seven-speed automatic transmission. This engine produces 245bhp and delivers 370Nm of torque. Meanwhile, this Q5 also comes with a quattro all-wheel-drive system.