Audi India has launched a new top end variant of the Q3 that is badged as the Dynamic model. The Audi Q3 Dynamic comes with Audi’s Drive Select adaptive suspension system that allows the driver to choose between three driving modes – Comfort, Dynamic and Auto. The suspension of the Q3 Dynamic has also been tweaked to make it more suitable for Indian roads by making it more comfortable while also possessing sharp handling traits. Audi distinguishes the new Q3 Dynamic with new 17 inch 5 spoke ‘Trias’ design alloy wheels, a full chrome front grille and clear lens LED tail lamps.
The new Audi Q3 Dynamic is priced at Rs. 38.40 lakh (ex-showroom, Mumbai) , while prices for the Q3 compact luxury SUV range start from Rs. 25.49 lakh (ex-showroom, Mumbai). The Audi Q3 range is offered in India with the choice of a 2.0 litre turbocharged petrol or 2.0 litre turbocharged common rail diesel engine. Transmission options include a seven-speed automatic gearbox or a six-speed manual gearbox that is available in the most affordable front-wheel drive S variant of the Q3.
On the equipment front, the Dynamic flagship variant of the Q3 is kitted with electric front seats with four way adjustable lumbar support, a driver information display, a Bluetooth compatible 10 speaker stereo, cruise control,dual zone climate control, a 5.8 inch retractable MMI interface screen, parking assistant and more.
“The Audi Q3 is the only true compact luxury SUV in India which offers quattro all-wheel drive. The legendry quattro technology not only adds to the off-road capability of the car but also provides more traction and enhances driving pleasure. The Audi Q3 Dynamic with Audi Drive Select is yet another example of our customer centric approach. We have further fine-tuned the suspension to meet Indian road conditions and offer the right balance between ride and comfort. With this new top of the line Audi Q3, we are further enhancing the appeal of one of the most successful SUVs in the Indian market. We are convinced that the Audi Q3 Dynamic will be a similar runaway success as the Audi Q3 in 2012 and will play a key role in our growth this year,” said Joe King, Head, Audi India.
The Audi Q3 competes against the BMW X1 head on in India. Mercedes-Benz is going to enter the segment soon with it’s new GLA compact luxury SUV.
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