2019 Audi Q4
The compact SUV range of the German carmaker Audi is going to expand in 2019. In that season, we will see a brand new model, the Q4. It will take a position between small Q3 and mid-size Q5. This is an interesting move by the company since they already have two vehicles whose selling record are pretty high. However, with the addition of 2019 Audi Q4, whey could lure buyers whom Q3 is ineffective, and to these who find Q5 too big fuel consumer. Its price will also be an advantage over a larger sibling. We are sure many similarities are coming between these three crossovers. However, the Q4 will attract the most attention since it is a new model.
2019 Audi Q4 concept
The 2019 Audi Q4 is quite of a surprise to all fans and experts. While attention was on the new Q8, quietly we could find pieces of information about its smaller sibling. Big SUV is probably more popular among these enthusiasts looking for more power, but a new concept of Q4 is also alluring. While Q8 is coming during next year, Audi bosses decide that small SUV will make an appearance in 2019. It is still early to talk about price and trim levels, but it must be between Q3 and Q5.
2019 Audi Q4 engines
Both Q3 and Q5 are getting power from the 2.0-l TFSI drivetrain. We believe the same unit is coming under the hood of the 2019 Audi Q4. But, the difference in transmission is giving us a doubt if this SUV will use 6- or 7-pace gearbox. This combination will probably produce around 220 hp. First rumors about Q4 are informing about a hybrid concept which could help this vehicle produce over 400 hp. With the addition of electric motors, it is not impossible.
2019 Audi Q4 styling
Base models of the 2019 Audi Q4 will come with 18-inch wheels. Higher trims are definitely getting 19-inchers. Extra systems include better safety features and infotainment equipment. Navigation is optional, as for Q3. A mix of the colors and paint jobs from its two siblings will give a boost to this SUV. Sports seats will come with Sports package, and there are some other additions, such as Convenience, or Telematics package.