2009 Audi Q5. Click image to enlarge
Ingoldstadt, Germany – Audi has revealed the all-new Q5, which it says combines the “dynamism of a sports sedan with highly variable interior and versatile options for leisure time and family use.”
The Q5 will be available in Europe with three engine choices, one gasoline and two diesel engines, and in North America with a 3.2-litre direct-injection V6 producing 265 horsepower and 243 lb-ft of torque.
All Q5 models come standard with Quattro permanent all-wheel drive, which is capable of delivering up to 65 per cent of torque to the front axle and a maximum of 85 per cent to the rear.
Standard features will include LED taillights, aluminum hood and liftgate, climate-controlled drink holder, three-zone climate control system, central monitor screen, and 18-inch lightweight forged wheels; optional features will include a navigation system with real-time traffic information, 20-inch wheels, parking system with rearview camera, side assist lane change warning system, panoramic glass sunroof, adaptive headlights, electric liftgate and Bang & Olufsen stereo.