Award-winning all-new Audi Q3 to debut in PH

A special preview of the all-new Audi Q3 is set from November 8 to 10 at the Power Plant Mall, Rockwell Center.

First seen at the 2019 New York Auto Show, the second-generation Q3 grows in length and width, making it more spacious, versatile and more comfortable. In terms of aesthetics, it has a new octagonal, Singleframe grille and slick LED running lights in front that, along with the sculpted sides, provide a sharper appearance.

The rear end features a new pair of sleek LED taillamps with a cluster design mimicking the pattern on the daytime running lights in front.

Inside, an intuitive Audi Virtual Cockpit and a 10.1-inch MMI touch display, which is compatible with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, can be seen in the central element of the vehicle.

The all-new Q3 is powered by a 1.4-liter, inline-four turbocharged gasoline engine mated to a 7-speed, S tronic dual-clutch transmission that delivers 150 hp and 250 Nm of torque. Its array of safety features and driver assistance systems include Electronic Stability Control, electromechanical power steering, Hill Hold Assist, Hill Descent Control, Park Assist with Parking Aid Plus and rear-view camera.

The features make the all-new Q3 an award-winning vehicle as it achieved a five-star rating in the Euro New Car Assessment Program (NCAP). It has also received the U.S.A’s Insurance Institute of Highway Safety’s (IIHS) Top Safety Pick Plus rating where it scored “Good,” the highest rating a car can achieve, in all crashworthiness tests. The Q3 has also been named Readers’ Choice of “Best Cars 2019” by German technical magazine Auto Motor und Sport.

Come and experience the all-new 2020 Audi Q3 from Nov. 8-10 at the South Court of Power Plant Mall, Rockwell, Makati City.

For more information, call Audi Philippines at 727-0381 or (0917) 813-9064, or visit Audi showrooms in Greenhills, Global City, Westgate Alabang and SM Seaside City Cebu.

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