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Audi Launches Q2 In India For Just 35 Lakhs With A ‘Peace Of Mind’ Policy

By Abhas Sharma -
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  • 17th October 2020,
  • 6:06 PM

Audi Q2 comes in Exterior Line and Design Line grades. Available in Standard, Premium, Premium Plus I, Premium Plus II and Technology trims.

Audi launches Q2 in India.

Audi Q2 has been launched officially in India. It is currently the cheapest model of the company in India. The company has launched this car in India with a price tag of ₹ 34.99 lakhs.

Audi Q2 comes in Exterior Line and Design Line grades. Available in Standard, Premium, Premium Plus I, Premium Plus II and Technology trims. The Audi virtual cockpit has been given in this car.

The car also gets 12.3 inch MMI navigation, dual zone climate control, 8.3 inch display, sun proof, ambient lightning, LED headlight and reverse camera. The car has a 2.0-liter turbo petrol engine that generates 190 PS power 320 Nm torque.

The car has a 7 speed dual clutch automatic gearbox and all wheel drive. This car can accelerate from 0-100 kmpl in 6.5 seconds. The Audi Q2 is the company’s entry-level SUV car. The car is based on Volkswagen’s MQB platform. The length of this car is 4,191 mm.

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The width of this car is 1,794 mm. The height of the car is 1,508 mm. The wheelbase is 2,601 mm. The starting price of this car is 34.99 lakh rupees. The top model of the car is priced at Rs 48.89 lakh.

The company has started taking bookings for this car. To book this car, you have to pay a token amount of 2 lakh rupees. Audi India said it has already gotten more than 100 units of bookings for this new entry-level SUV.

The company is offering a complementary ‘Peace of Mind’ offer with the Q2. Audi India launched it’s Audi Q2 in the country with Petrol engine. The company is offering a complementary ‘Peace of Mind’ offer with the Q2.

It includes a 5-year service package with 2+3 years extended warranty and 2+3 years roadside assistance. By launching it’s cheapest car in India, Audi must be thinking of growing it’s market in the country with the motto of ‘spend less take more.’

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