Audi has launched new special edition of the Q5 SUV that is valued at Rs 67.05 lakh (ex-display area). In view of the current technology, the new Q5 special edition gets minor outside surface level updates and an accessories bundle at an exceptional cost. It remains mechanically unchanged to the standard SUV, and will be accessible in limits numbers only.
The new Q5 Special Edition has been made accessible in two exclusive paint shades- District Green and Ibis White – alongside a dark styling bundle to stand out from the new colors. This incorporates a blacked out finish for the wing mirrors, the Audi logo on the grille and the rear end, the rooftop rails and another graphite dim completion for the 5-spoke wheels.
And keeping in mind that there are no updates to the interior or on the front, Audi is offering an accessories package at an special price that incorporates running sheets and ‘Audi ring’ foil completed in silver. Audi, nonetheless, has not provided a cost estimate for the frill bundle that will be far beyond the ex-display area cost.
In view of the top-spec Innovation trim, the Q5 Special Edition persists all hardware that is now presented on the previous. This incorporates an all encompassing sunroof, fueled front seats with memory, 3-zone climate control, ambient lighting, a 10.1-inch touchscreen infotainment system, 12.3-inch Audi Virtual Cockpit, parking aid in addition to 8 airbags.
The Q5 Unique Release orders a premium of Rs 84,000 over the regular technology trim which is fairly steep for what is basically just a minor cosmetic update.
In the engine, the Q5 Special edition go on with the 2.0-liter, four-chamber super petroleum motor that produces 249hp and 370Nm of force. The motor is matched to a 7-speed double grip programmed gearbox, and Audi’s Quattro all-wheel drive framework comes as standard fit. The Q5 Special edition additionally gets versatile suspension and Audi Drive Select with six modes to browse.
The Audi Q5 keeps on going up against other extravagance SUVs like the Mercedes-Benz GLC, BMW X3, Land Rover Discovery Sport and Volvo XC60.