The Audi Q1 2017 its a new platform with the VW Polo, the 2017 Q1 will be based on the VW’s MQB platform. 2017 Audi Q1 will be the latest model produced by this German automaker Audi. This greatly anticipated model is in its final stage of testing; at least such a conclusion could be made based on the spy photos that are available in the past few months.
Audi Q1 2017 Exterior and Interior Design
New 2017 Audi Q1 exterior will be a blend between a coupe and SUV; of course some of the styling cues will come from A1 for sure, but the end product will be an attractive, modern and sporty looking vehicle. The Audi Q1 2017 is slightly shorter than the Q3, its width is 1,750 mm, length is 4,200 mm and height is 1,570 mm. Cargo capacity is 350L. Front part of the car looks very much like the Q3, but the rear differentiates them due to the positioning and design of the rear windshield glass and roof. Headlights are little more angular than on the other models which gives is a hint of an aggressive look.
Audi Q1 2017 interior with more than five people and a fair amount of cargo will be impossible. After all, compact crossover is supposed to be more of a commuter than a family car, but can still manage both with some success. 2017 Audi Q1 should manage to offer a fine level of refinement with both cloth and leather seats, and some metallic accents. Heated front seats should be easily available, and so should be a touch screen display. However, navigation will likely be a part of optional package on higher grades. Exact package layouts are undisclosed at this point, but expect something similar to that of Q3’s features.
Audi Q1 2017 Engine and Price
Audi Q1 2017 will be powered by three- and four-cylinder gasoline and diesel units. The entry-level model should be offered with a three-cylinder gasoline engine producing 100 horsepower. There will be a 1.4-liter TFSI gasoline-powered unit as well as a 1.4-liter TDI diesel engine. FWD will come standard, while the upper trim levels should be available with AWD. As for the lower trims, they are expected to offer AWD optionally. Buyers will be able to choose between manual and automatic transmissions.
Shortly after the 2017 Audi Q1 SUV goes on sale, the German company is expected to launch the performance-oriented SQ1 and RS Q1 models. Also, expect to see the 2017 Audi Q1 Hybrid model as well. Although the company still hasn’t issued any official pricing notes, we expect the 2017 Audi Q1 to be priced somewhere between €21,000 and €25,000.