The Audi SQ5, already confirmed for the Paris Motor Show is set to become available as a limited edition model. The car is set for production early next year.
The TDI version of the car will be sold in Europe only. Audi Australia has also confirmed that they are set to have the same model available too next year. Prices and specifications will be announced closer to the release dates. Expect the car to cost more than the Audi Q5 30 TDI Quattro, the current top of the range model. Just 50 production vehicles will be made available worldwide. Speculation has already indicated that the car will cost approximately £44,000 here in the UK when made for order.
The new Audi SQ5 TDI will catapult straight to the highest end of the range. The car will be able to produce a maximum of 313 BHP. Being a diesel with great economical ability, the car will be able to achieve 39 MPG. When racing from 0 – 62 MPH the car will hit a time of just 5.1 seconds, quite a remarkable achievement considering it’s weight and size.
The car will come with a host of new design features inside and out. This will help separate the vehicle from the rest of range. The interior will have Alcantara headlining. The roof within the interior is splendidly finished in snow white colour with natural grain ash on other elements, offering a nice contrast. To represent the car being an exclusive model, there are exclusive badges throughout the vehicle. The snow white theme extends to the stitching of the steering wheel, the gear selector and the centre armrest. The black fine Nappa leather material upon the seats works wonderfully well with the overall interior theme. The wing mirrors have an aluminium look to it, giving the car a more exclusive and aggressive look.
The car will come with xenon and LED running daytime headlights. The four rear exhaust pipes give away that feeling of power. Again these are exclusive to the vehicle. The car’s wonderful Aral Blue colour is a great feature itself to help set apart the car from others.
The Audi SQ5 sounds so good that many have predicted that it will be one of the highlights of the upcoming Paris Motor Show.