Audi Q4 SUV Confirmed For 2019
Audi Q4 SUV Confirmed For 2019
Audi Q4 SUV Confirmed For 2019

The German car manufacturer, Audi has confirmed that its will introduce the all-new Q4 five-seater SUV globally in 2019. Based on the MQB platform, the new Audi SUV will take a fight against the Mercedes GLA, BMW X2 and Range Rover Evoque.

Design and styling of the Audi Q4 will be inspired from the Audi TT Offroad concept that broke cover in 2014 at the Beijing Automobile Exhibition. The concept was based on the Audi Space Frame (ASF) principle, and has hybrid concept of both steel and aluminium components.

In terms of dimensions, the 2019 Audi Q4 will be longer (around 110mm) than the current generation Q3. The baby SUV will measure around 4,500mm in length. Styling cues such as Matrix LED headlights, prominent horizontal creases on the front, curved roofline and a liftback-style tailgate could be carried forward from the concept.

Audi Q4 SUV Confirmed For 2019
Audi Q4 SUV Confirmed For 2019

Interior of the new Audi SUV will have advanced connectivity and comfort equipment, which will be developed for the new-generation MQB-based models by Audi and Volkswagen. The list of features might include a 9.2-inch touchscreen navigation monitor, full-HD instrument displays, inductive smartphone charging and gesture control functions. On the other hand, the concept version was packed with 12.3-inch TFT display with 3D graphics and Audi wireless charging technology and Bang & Olufsen advanced sound system.

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Coming to the engine, the 2019 Audi Q4 will source its power from a new-generation 1.5-litre, four-cylinder petrol and diesel engines. The SUV will also be available with a updated version of 2.0-litre, four-cylinder petrol and diesel motors along with an all-new 2.5-litre, five-cylinder petrol unit. However, the 406bhp, 2.5L gasoline motor will be available only on the top-end RS Q4. The Q4 lineup will also be joined by a plug-in petrol-electric Q4 e-tron model that will be compliant to China’s green vehicle regulations.