Audi Q5 Price, Variants and Features – Launched

Audi India has launched the new Q5 in the Indian market and it becomes the first Audi post the BS6 era to be locally-assembled. 2021 Audi Q5 price starts from Rs 58.93 lakh and goes to Rs 63.77 lakh ex-showroom PAN India. The new Audi Q5 has been offered with a sole petrol engine and it takes on the likes of the BMW X3, Mercedes-Benz GLC, and Volvo XC60.

2021 Audi Q5 Price, Variants, Colours and Features

The 2021 Audi Q5 is offered in two variants – Premium Plus and Technology, priced at Rs 58.93 lakh and 63.77 lakh respectively. Talking about the colour options, the Q5 is offered in 5 unique colours – Navarra Blue, Ibis White, Mythos Black, Floret Silver and Manhattan Gray. Now coming to the exterior changes, the front profile has been updated with a new larger single-frame grille and tweaked LED headlights. On the side, the only change is the addition of bigger 19-inch Y-spoked alloy wheels. On the back, the LED taillights have been tweaked and a connecting chrome strip is unique.

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Stepping on the inside of the 2021 Audi Q5, the changes are minimal but the perceived quality is up with the German rivals. The centre stage is taken by a large MMI touch infotainment with both Android Auto and Apple Car Play. Audi has dropped the cluttered MMI rotary wheel but has kept the physical AC controls for good. Talking about the features on offer, the new Q5 gets wireless charging, 19-speaker B&O system powered seats with memory function, 30-colour ambient lighting, Audi drive select, eight airbags and a lot more.

As we stated earlier, the new Audi Q5 is only available with a sole 2.0-litre petrol engine. The four-banger engine churns out 249Hp and 370 Nm of torque. The engine is mated to a clever 7-speed DCT and Quattro all-wheel-drive system. That helps it to propel from nought to 100 km/h in 6.3 seconds and it is capable of achieving 237km/h on straights.

2021 Audi Q5 is priced attractively and the features on offer are on par with the rivals. Audi should bring back the efficient range of diesel engines given the fact that the diesel portfolio used to have the largest share in the luxury market. Both the BMW X3 and Mercedes-Benz GLC are offered with a choice of petrol and diesel engine options while the Volvo XC60 has gained the cleaner hybrid powertrain.

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