Features of the 2020 Audi Q3
Features of the 2020 Audi Q3
Audi has revealed its first compact crossover, and if the 2020 Q3 Sportback is the shape of things to come then consider us interested. A small SUV, with crossover dimensions and a coupe-esque sloping roofline at the rear, the Q3 Sportback promises driving dynamics to match, too. At Pfaff Audi in Vaughan, we have a large selection of new and pre-owned vehicles that are waiting for you to get behind the wheel of. For 2020, the all-new Audi Q3 is something to behold. In this blog by Pfaff Audi, we talk about some of the features of the all-new 2020 Audi Q3.
Outside, it’s clearly related to Audi’s other small SUVs like the Q3 and Q5. At the front, there’s the octagonal Singleframe grille, picking up on the three-dimensional design cues we’ve seen most recently on the Q8 and Audi e-tron SUV. It’s at the back, of course, where things get interesting. With a more sloping roofline the Q3 Sportback looks longer than its Q3 sibling. Flat D-pillars and a roof edge spoiler add some visual interest, too, while oversized contouring above the wheels emphasize the quattro all-wheel drive. The reversing lights are particularly unusual, with an inward-taper. At the front, three different types of headlamps will be offered. Top spec 2020 Q3 Sportback trims will get Audi’s Matrix LED lights.
Under the hood…
Quattro comes standard on the top engines, Audi says, with wheel-selective torque control that uses targeted braking to tighten up turns and make them more stable. There’s a hydraulic multi-plate clutch on the rear axle for power transition. The 2.0 TFSI gas engine will have 230 horsepower mated to an S tronic automatic transmission, though Audi SAYS it will eventually offer a manual too. There’s also a 48v mild hybrid gas engine on the roadmap.
Inside, there’s seating for five. A 10.25-inch center display is standard, with a 10.1-inch touchscreen optional. MMI navigation plus includes Audi’s Virtual Cockpit on higher spec cars. Natural language recognition is supported, and there’s adaptive navigation that can suggest where you might want to go based on previous patterns. Alexa is integrated too, as is Audi’s traffic light information system. Optional LED lighting has 30 different shades to choose between. As for cargo, there’s between 18.7 cubic feet and 49.4 cubic feet of storage, depending on whether the rear seats are flat. The trunk has a two-level loading floor, and there’s an optional electric tailgate with foot-motion trigger.
Just reading about the features of the 2020 Audi Q3 can only do it so much justice. The only way to truly experience the all-new 2020 Audi Q3 is to schedule your test drive today! Keep checking back with us to find out when we will be getting the 2020 Audi Q3! Click here to find our contact information, schedule a test drive, or to speak with a representative.