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•Q3 will join the already successful family of Audi SUVs that includes the Q5 and Q7

•Q3 showcases many of the luxury and technology features found in the full-size vehicles offered by Audi

•Available Fall of 2014 with a 200 hp 2.

0-liter TFSI® engine and front-wheel drive and available Audi quattro® all-wheel drive

The new 2015 Audi Q3 will arrive in the U.S. in the Fall of 2014 and will join the already successful lineup of Audi SUVs that includes the Q5 and Q7. It will make its U.S. debut at the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit on January 13th. The Q3 is a premium, compact SUV that pairs coupe-like looks with the utility of a SUV. Its quality engineering and advanced features offer ideal performance and functionality, but also advanced technology and driving dynamics.

“Coming off the recent A3 family announcement we are now for the first time entering into the premium compact class of SUVs with the introduction of the Audi Q3 into our line-up,” said Scott Keogh, President, Audi of America. “Our growing SUV family will now offer three distinct products in the premium SUV category; and like the successful Q5 and Q7, the Q3 will continue with the established standards they started with regards to utility, technology, craftsmanship and performance.”

Standard Features

The Audi Q3 comes generously appointed with a long list of standard equipment, including:

•200 hp 2.0-liter TFSI® engine with six-speed Tiptronic® transmission
•Panoramic sunroof with power retractable sunshade
•Audi xenon plus front lighting with LED DRLs and taillights
•Heated, 12-way power front seats
•Leather seating surfaces
•Audi advanced key


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