The Audi Q2 line-up has received minor changes and upgrades for MY20, headlined by the addition of an Edition #2 trim option for both engine variants.
As before, the local Q2 range is petrol only (though a diesel was offered at launch) and S tronic dual-clutch auto only, with front- and all-wheel drive options available.
- 2020 Audi Q2 35 TFSI design: $41,950
- 2020 Audi Q2 35 TFSI Edition #2: $44,550
- 2020 Audi Q2 40 TFSI quattro sport: $49,400
- 2020 Audi Q2 40 TFSI quattro Edition #2: $52,400
All prices exclude on-road costs
If you are looking for a more accurate idea of pricing, you can use Audi’s stock-locator to find cars available around your area and get drive-away pricing. Alternatively you can use the official Audi Q2 configurator to build and price one up in your specification.
Audi Q2 models with 35 TFSI designation are powered by the Volkswagen Group’s 1.4-litre turbocharged four-cylinder petrol engine making 110kW of power (@5000-6000rpm) and 250Nm of torque (@1500-3500rpm).
Drive in these models is sent exclusively to the front wheels via a seven-speed S tronic dual-clutch automatic transmission.
The Q2 35 TFSI completes the 100km/h sprint in 8.5 seconds on its way to a top speed of 212km/h.
Meanwhile, the punchier 40 TFSI quattro gets a 2.0-litre turbo four developing 140kW (@4200-6000rpm) and 320Nm (@1500-4200rpm).
The larger engine is complemented by quattro all-wheel drive, and is teamed again with a seven-speed S tronic dual-clutch auto.
Audi claims a hot hatch-like sprint time of 6.5 seconds from 0-100km/h and a top speed of 228km/h.
You can find further details on the various engines offered in the range within the Audi Q2 specifications sheet.
The Audi Q2 35 TFSI uses a claimed 5.3L/100km on the combined cycle, and emits 122g/km of CO2.
For the 40 TFSI quattro, those figures are 6.5L/100km and 148g/km respectively.
In terms of length, width and height, the Audi Q2 measures 4191/1794/1508mm respectively, with a wheelbase measuring 2601mm.
Front-wheel drive models have 405L/1050L of luggage capacity in five-seat and two-seat configurations respectively, while quattro models quote 355L/1000L due to the added hardware under the boot floor.
The 35 TFSI design weighs in at 1375kg (tare), while the 40 TFSI quattro sport tips the scales at 1520kg (tare).
You can find a detailed visual representation of the dimensions on the official Audi Q2 website.
All versions of the Q2 are covered by Audi’s three-year, unlimited-kilometre warranty.
The company also offers upfront Service Plans which cover up to five years or 75,000 kilometres – it’s priced at $2280 for both 35 TFSI and 40 TFSI models.
You can find more details on the Audi Service Plans on the official Audi website.
The Audi Q2 wears a 2016 stamped five-star ANCAP safety rating, based on tests conducted by Euro NCAP.
Category scores included 93 per cent for adult occupant protection, 86 per cent for child occupant protection, 70 per cent for pedestrian protection and 60 per cent for safety assist.
Dual frontal, side-chest for front occupants, and side curtain airbags for front and second row outboard positions are standard.
Autonomous emergency braking (AEB) is standard, as is a manually-set speed limiter.
The 40 TFSI picks up blind-spot monitoring as standard equipment over the 35 TFSI, though if you want features like lane assist, adaptive cruise control with stop/go, hill hold assist, auto high-beam and an active parking assistant, you need to shell out for the optional Assistance package on both grades.
You can find all the included features of the Assistance Package within the official specification sheet.
The Audi Q2 35 TFSI design features:
- 17-inch alloy-wheels
- LED headlights
- LED tail lights with dynamic indicators
- Contrasting bumpers in Manhattan grey
- Dual-zone climate control
- Leather-appointed upholstery
- Anodised white-painted cabin inlays
- Floor mats
- 60/40 split folding rear seats
- Leather multifunction steering wheel
- MMI navigation 7.0-inch display with Audi connect and Google services
- Eight-speaker audio
- Apple CarPlay and Android Auto (wired)
- Audi phone box light (Qi wireless phone charging)
- DAB+ radio
- LED interior lighting
Moving up to the Q2 40 TFSI quattro sport adds:
- 18-inch alloy wheels
- Audi side assist (blind-spot monitoring)
- Body colour bumpers
- Electric tailgate
- Sport front seats
- Anodised red-painted cabin inlays
- Aluminium-look interior elements (air vents, glove box, window switches etc.)
- Auto-dimming rear-view mirror
- Steering-mounted shift paddles
Both variants can be had with the Edition #2 package (pictured), which adds up to $4000 of extra equipment according to Audi, for around $3000 extra.
The Audi Q2 Edition #2 brings the following additional specification:
- 19-inch Audi Sport alloy wheels in white
- Convenience key
- Audi side assist (35 TFSI)
A range of optional packages and single-item options are available for all versions of the Q2, with pricing and availability dependent on variant.
To see a side-by-side comparison of all the standard features and options offered between each of the variants download the official Audi A3 specifications sheet which can be found on the Audi website.
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