• A3 Sportback
    A3 Sportback
    Experience hatchback comfort powered by sporty performance and handling.

    Fuel consumption, combined: 4.8 l/100km

    CO2 emissions, combined: 111 g/km

  • A3 Cabriolet
    A3 Cabriolet
    Enjoy unlimited freedom and the wind in your hair with the cabriolet.

    Fuel consumption, combined: 5.3 l/100 km

    CO2 emissions, combined: 121 g/km

  • S3 Sedan
    S3 Sedan
    Thrilling performance. S specific exterior. Bring sportiness to another level.

    Fuel consumption, combined: 6.5 l/100km

    CO2 emissions:, combined: 151 g/km

  • S3 Sportback
    S3 Sportback
    The sportback brings you more power, more sportiness, more driving enjoyment.

    Fuel consumption, combined: 6.6 l/100km

    CO2 emissions, combined: 152 g/km

  • RS 3 Sedan
    RS 3 Sedan
    Featuring advanced technology and a refined interior, the new top athlete in the compact segment is your sports car for the everyday.

    Fuel consumption, combined: 8.4 l/100km

    CO2 emissions, combined: 190 g/km

  • RS 3 Sportback
    RS 3 Sportback
    Thrilling at record speed.

    Fuel consumption, combined: 8.4 l/100 km

    CO2 emissions, combined: 191 g/km

  • SQ5
    Stunning performance, everyday applicability and progressive technology.

    Fuel consumption, combined: 8.7l/100km

    CO2 emissions, combined: 200g/km

  • TT Roadster
    TT Roadster
    There’s only one better way to experience the joy of the Audi TT - and that’s with the roof down.

    Fuel consumption, combined: 8.3 – 8.4 l/100km

    CO2 emissions, combined: 189 - 189 g/km


Exploring #scandinavia with the Audi Q2.

The Audi Q2 likes to play with colours and design elements - for more flexibility and individuality. The C-pillar blade is in a contrasting colour and available in five different shades. This option is, for example, a perfect compliment to the newly available Quantum Grey paint colour.


Value inside and outside.

Power stations and aesthetics. This electricity plant in the Södermalm district of the Swedish capital proves that the two are not mutually exclusive. Graffiti is not the only thing decorating the red façade made from special concrete: green bronze doors by the artist Mikael Pauli also make an appearance. The building was added to the old, listed Katarina stations in 1992. It has a fascinating exterior that defies the norm. The Audi Q2 defines its own standards: As a newcomer the expressive vehicle arrives with many innovative technologies, a new, impressive design language and a fun way to drive.

Outside of the box.

The new Audi Q2 does not try to fit in: it defines its own standards. It has this in common with the Central Hotel & Café in Copenhagen. The hashtag #smallesthotel would not do justice to its charm. A compact floor plan does not mean that you automatically have to give up, as long as you have the right ideas and attention to detail. In the Danish capital, or more precisely in Vesterbro, on the top floor of the small building, this can experienced in an impressive way. Kind of cool, kind of stylish, somehow "hyggelig" as the Danes say - or simply: #untaggable.

Leading the pack.

The Superkilen quarter in Copenhagen's north-west combines different cultural influences in a combination of architecture, design and landscaping. The Audi Q2 does not belong to the permanent installations, of course, but it fits in all the same. Its design also brings together a range of different influences. The ground clearance of an SUV meets the short overhangs of a sports car and the roofline of a coupé. Its progressive design and high functionality is convincing. The high positioning of the single-frame grille and the large air intakes at the front lend a strong appearance. The polygonal design language, the blade in a contrasting colour on the C-pillar and the gently sloping roof underline character and individuality, while the diffuser with underride protection optics and accented wheel arches give the new model a sturdy appearance.