We have Audi Q series in numbers of 3, 5 and 7, where all of them are the odds.
But accordingly, the 9 and 1 seems to be missing from the repertoire of Ingolstadt based carmaker, where a report of industry now quoted that “Q1” of Audi will be launched somewhere by 2016.
However, there are not clear speculations of the brief details about the car, but we are expecting it to be based on the platform of Volkswagen Polo, being the compact crossover measuring 3.8 meters (12.4 feet) long and having “generous ground clearance.”
However, being dwelled in avatar of a crispy off-roader, the vehicle will ‘not’ be done with the all-wheel drive temperament, says the report.
Engine specifications go with 1.4 TFSI petrol engine and the new 1.4 TDI three-cylinder, both done with 90 hp and combined with a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission.
To an addition, the SQ1 of 231 HP (170 kW), and of a hybrid variant concluded by that of a 1.2-liter petrol engine and a 109 HP (80 kW) electric motor are also said to be finding their way into this car. Let’s not forget, A1 to also lend some cues to Q1, confirms the report.
Lastly, if the entire thing set to have went on the floor as per the schedule of 2016, then pricing will set one a Q1 for at least €20,000 ($27,050 / £16,695) price tag.