Audi Q1 – the mini crossover

by Alex

Audi is planning big this year round and has big and ambitious plans for their lineups so that they can achieve their desired target of sales of over a million units per year. And this includes introducing all new models.

Many have already heard about the A1 Sportback, the S1 and the A1 Cabrio. Then came the news of an exciting addition to this line up as the A1 series is going to receive an all new family member named as the Q1 which would be the all road version of the A1. This car is like a mini sized crossover which will be using the Suzuki SX4 platform and will be fitted with an all-wheel-drive transmission though there is also report of Audi considering a 2-wheel drive as well. Now there is nothing left to hide as Volkswagen has picked up a 19 percent stake in Suzuki and going by the present decision it seems the company is all set to take advantage of this deal to remain at the top position from other competitors. Now for the design, this car the Audi Q1 would be taking its inspiration from the Q7, Q5 and the upcoming Q3. And the super power houses that would power the car would be the 1.4 liter TSI engine that would deliver the whooping 160 HP while the other engine, the 2.0 liter TDI would have a maximum power output rating of an impressive 140 HP.

Source: 4wheelsnews

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