The front looks OK but side profile is not good. Looks more like pumped up hatch. Still can comment precisely when seen in flesh but prima facie, it doesn't have that charm of Q7. This though can pose a threat to Fortuner for sure as the stance is far better than BMW X1.
I didn't like the side profile. Looks more like a hatch. Infact, yesterday at a signal near my home, I saw a car, & it was like...hey is that Q5 ? It didn't match with the road presence of even a Fortuner. In Q, it has to be Q7 though safety rating for Q5 is more than Q7. Q3 & all.............
Just hope they don't come with something like Q1 !! It will look more like Santro.
Lol. True. This seems to be the norm of the day. We see similar looking cars from the same manufacturer being launched in different segments. Polo, Vento, Jetta, Passat have similar faces, while all the three VW sedans have the same side profile.
BMW did the same thing with their X5, X3 and X1. Audi seems to be following suit. Frankly, Q7, Q5, Q3 look Large, Medium, Small of the same shirt
This is the cheapest ticket into the four-ring family in India today – the Audi Q3! Audi has launched the Q3 in India today with prices starting at Rs 26.21 lakhs, ex-showroom, Maharashtra for the base variant and Rs 31.49 lakhs for the higher-end variant.
The Q3 is the smallest SUV in the Audi line-up and comes with a 2.0-litre diesel TDI motor that makes 177 horsepower. It also comes equipped with Audi’s famed Quattro four-wheel drive.
Only 500 Q3s will be available for initial bookings and it will be available throughout India through Audi’s 19 dealerships.
Audi is on a roll. First, the sudden launch of S4. Now the Q3 at a competitive price tag comes as another pleasant piece of information. BMW X1 (Petrol) although is more affordable but it is the Diesel Engine, which would decide the fortune of Q3 in India.