Audi Q2 Crosslane Coupe to debut in Paris

Audi Q3 Vail concept 09.1.2012
Audi Q3 Vail concept 09.1.2012

Audi planning another Q model.

[UPDATE] Rendering removed.

From the beginning we should mention that this might not be a real photo of the Audi Q2 Crosslane Coupe, but we know for a fact that a concept version of the Q2 with this moniker will be showcased in Paris this week.

This is a two-door SUV with a 2+2 interior layout, and if there will be a production version based on this concept it will most likely have five doors and a normal interior cabin. This car is based on the MQB platform developed by the VW Group and used already on the new Audi A3, Volkswagen Golf VII and the Seat Ibiza. It is 4250mm long, 150mm high and it's 1,900mm wide, with a 2500mm wheelbase.

It is powered by an electric motor that produces 116 hp (86 kW) that draws its power from a battery of a yet unknown capacity, while a 3-cylinder 1.5-liter with 132 hp (98 kW) works only as a generator so it doesn’t drive the wheels. Range is expected to be around 80 miles (128 km).

We’ll have full details very soon.

Source: autoforum.cz

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Cale24 Cale24
Hopefully it looks like a refined version of that.
Sep 26th, 2012 4:45pm
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BMW will be late to this party. The battle for supremacy is only starting between Audi and BMW.
Sep 26th, 2012 4:32pm
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xoff xoff
only starting? Where is Audi with a BMW X6 rival ?
Sep 26th, 2012 4:36pm
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AJSmyth AJSmyth
Where is BMW with a R8 rival ?
Sep 26th, 2012 7:16pm
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Im refering to the battle downmarket in the Golf, A3 range. BMW is moving into that territory with the 1 and 2 series variants of GT, Grand Coupe and now the Grand Sports Tourer. With the new Mini in the wings i'd say BMW has the shotgun locked and loaded. The Audi answer to the X6 has to be on Audi's mind. The X6 has been a sales success. That competitor will come, its only a matter of time. The key battle like i said is in the premium compact segment. One that BMW has identified as an area of significant growth worldwide. People are looking to smaller premium cars. This is where VW is so successful with the Golf and Jetta models. This part of the market is where the money is at hence my 1st comment that BMW is late to this party, this sector of the market which it has already identified as an area of significant growth. Just look at the sales success of the Nissan Juke for proof. They are running the streets here in packs.
Oct 4th, 2012 1:49am
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