Less than three weeks after making its debut at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show, Audi's new Q2 crossover went on display at the Forum in Neckarsulm.
This particular Q2 seems to be the same one they brought to Geneva, more specifically the red one with the S line pack and powered by a 2.0-liter TDI turbodiesel unit, working together with a quattro all-wheel drive system.
Once on sale, customers will be able to choose between 150 PS and 190 PS in regards to this engine, though either should deliver adequate performance and economy figures.
The Q2 2.0 TDI 150 PS quattro uses its 340 Nm (250 lb-ft) of torque in order to reach 100 km/h (62 mph) in 8.7 seconds, whereas the 190 PS quattro model needs 7 seconds flat in order to hit the same mark.
As for CO2 emissions, both versions will put out 130 gr/km or under thanks to their modern Euro 6 engines. And no, that RS Q2 rendering we showed you a while back doesn't exactly belong in the realm of probability as of yet, so don't go imagining great big things in terms of straight line action from this car.
Though it probably wouldn't be a bad idea for Audi to facilitate a more powerful engine for those looking for a bit more muscle out of their extremely compact premium crossover.