After the introduction of Audi Q3 last year, Pakistanis can soon buy the German automobile’s another compact SUV, Audi Q2, The new Q2 offers the level of style, class, comfort and security that the rival automobile companies simply cannot compete with in Pakistan.
Just when one starts thinking that Audi’s range of crossovers is complete we are blessed with another one. The new crossover vehicle is now on sale and will be available ion three trims; entry-level SE model, S line model, and a limited-edition Edition # 1 model.
Audi Q2 will feature the following engine options:
- 1.6 L Diesel Engine (114 bhp)
- 1.4 L Petrol Engine (148 bhp)
- Turbocharged 1.0 L Petrol Engine (114 bhp)
The price of standard variant of Audi Q2 would be Rs. 4.35 million and Rs. 4.85 million for the exclusive variant. The compact SUV will feature a three cylinder direct injection, exhaust turbocharger with indirect intercooler. Customers can also include some optional features by paying some extra sum of money.
One of the best things about the new car is its various security features that will come fitted in the car:
- SRS airbags
- Electronic Stabilisation Program (ESP)
- Traction Control
- Electronic Differential Lock
- Anti-lock Braking System
- Electronic Brake Force Distribution (EBD)
- Brake Assist
- Electronic Immobilizer
- Brake Pad Wear Indication
- Child seat mounts
In the exclusive variant, the customers would get following additional features:
- Aluminum touches in the interior
- 4-way Lumbar support
- Inlays in Matt brushed aluminum
- Panoramic glass roof
- Comfort Key
- Cruise Control with speed limiter
- Sideblade in Manhattan grey
Pakistan for so long has seen a monopoly by three big brands in the auto sector that offers no security or technology features, but with new auto policy, this trend is about to change.
Audi has been making many waves in the Pakistani auto sector where it also plans to start assembling its cars in the country. It investment plan was recently rejected by the Board of Investment (BOI) as the company only wanted to invest in MKD (medium knocked down) model with only vehicle assembly in Pakistan which is against the new auto policy.