Audi Launches its Q3 model in the Indian market

The German luxury car manufacturing company, Audi today launched its compact luxury sport utility vehicle, the Audi Q3 in India. It is the youngest member in the company’s lineup was originally revealed at 2012 Auto Expo this year. It is one of the most awaited vehicles to hit the roads of India in recent times. Featuring an efficient and powerful 2.0 TDI engine, it is available for the price of Rs. 26,21,000 onwards for base trim level and Rs. 31,49,000 onwards for higher variant. It will be offered at 19 Audi dealerships across India.

The Audi Q3’s introduction is in line with the automaker’s top down strategy for the country; it’s immediately recognizable as a youngest member in the company’s lineup. Each and every aspect of Q3 glass cases Audi technology –the drivetrain, the body, the multimedia and assistance systems and the chassis. Mr. Michael Perschke, Head at Audi India stated that currently, just 500 Audi Q3 models will be offered for initial booking and are certain that it will be repeating the success of Audi Q7 and Audi Q5 and further consolidate their leadership position in luxury sport utility vehicle class.

Audi Launches its Q3 model in the Indian market

The Audi Q3 is an efficient, versatile and sporty urban vehicle and its positioning of start young clearly describes the segment which the company is targeting.

Features – Base Grade:

  • Radio remote control
  • Front centre armrest
  • Rear parking aid
  • Cruise control


  • Passive speakers
  • Concert radio
  • Audi music interface
  • Driver information system
  • Bluetooth Interface
  • Voice dialogue system

Features – High Grade (additional over Base Grade)


  • Audi sound system
  • Driver information system with colour display

Independent Options (Available on both grades)

  • Storage package
  • Panoramic glass roof

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