Audi Q2

Combining style with rugged, assertive looks, the Q2 blends all of Audi’s SUV traits into a more compact package.

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Need to know


Audi’s range of SUVs is one of the most extensive around, but the Q2 holds the place of being its most compact and affordable Q-badged model.


The Q2 is available in a fantastic range of colours, which when combined with our dynamic trim options, gives the Q2 a fun and unique personality.


All Q2 models, regardless of trim, come with an electric tailgate, which opens or closes at the press of a button, or from the key. It can really make things easier if you’re arriving at the car with full hands.

Q2 Trims

Q2 Sport

  • 17" '5 double-spoke' alloy wheels

  • Touch MMI Navigation Plus

  • Audi Virtual Cockpit

  • Audi Connect Remote & Control

  • Front sports seats

Q2 S line

  • 18” alloy wheels

  • Privacy glass

  • S line exterior styling pack

  • Black cloth headlining

  • S line 3-spoke leather-trimmed steering wheel

Q2 Black Edition

  • 19” ‘10-Y-spoke’ alloy wheels

  • Black styling pack with black rings

  • Flat-bottomed leather-trimmed steering wheel

  • C-pillar in Brilliant Black

  • Audi Virtual Cockpit

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Smaller SUVs can sometimes feel cheap and low-quality, but that’s most certainly not the case with the Audi Q2. Renowned for its premium feel, this SUV’s interior feels particularly plush and won’t disappoint anyone downsizing from a larger upmarket brand. The level of equipment also sets it apart – particularly with features like an electric tailgate – while it holds its value well too, making it a safer bet than most in terms of depreciation.

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Designed from the offset to help Audi appeal to a younger audience, the Q2 offers slightly different styling to the brand’s other SUVs, offering a more modern and youthful look. Offered from launch with a more vibrant range of colours, the Q2 targets younger families or those wanting the look of an SUV in a smaller package. 

Redesigned in 2020, the latest Audi Q2 offers an even more assertive design, particularly with its headlights, which are now LED as standard, but can be upgraded to Audi’s advanced Matrix LED units, and feature a unique lighting signature.

Audi Q2

It can be quite a challenge to make a smaller crossover look ‘rugged’, but Audi successfully managed it with the Q2. With its chunky plastic cladding on the lower sills, wheel arches and bumpers, it certainly stands out in what is quite a crowded class. The latest version’s new bumper design, more oversized air intakes and redesigned lights. It’s a relatively subtle evolution to the Q2’s design but is most certainly effective.

Audi Q2 Alloy

With a host of different grades on offer, each Q2 model also offers a slightly different look, from the more understated Sport versions through to the mean-looking Black Edition, which is fully de-chromed and kitted out with large 19-inch matte black alloy wheels, black styling pack and black Audi rings. Bright paint finishes such as Navarra Blue and Progressive Red make the Q2 stand out further, while you can get a bespoke paint finish by choosing an ‘Audi Exclusive’ finish.


Despite its compact size, Audi has managed to pack plenty of technology into the Q2. Starting with the fantastic Virtual Cockpit, which is included on most newer Q2s you’ll see for sale. This allows the driver to switch through various screens and views to display the information they want, with as little or as much information on it as possible. 

An 8.8-inch central touchscreen display is also included, with satellite navigation with Google Earth being one of the best of its type. A host of connected services also elevate the experience, including weather information, live traffic information and online music streaming. 

Audi Q2 Dashboard

Engines & Performance

Audi has recently slimmed down the engine choice on offer with the Q2, though two flexible petrol engines remain on offer. Both engines are front-wheel-drive, with a six-speed manual gearbox being the only choice for the 30 TFSI, though a seven-speed S tronic is available on the more powerful 35 TFSI engine. 

The 30 TFSI, uses a three-cylinder 1.0-litre petrol engine that develops 116PS and 200Nm of torque. After this, Audi offers the 35 TFSI – a 1.5-litre turbocharged petrol developing 150PS and 250Nm of torque.

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If you want headline-grabbing statistics from an Audi Q2, it might be best to look at the sportier SQ2 model, but for day-to-day driving, the regular SUV is more than capable. 

With the 30 TFSI model, it’s able to accelerate to 62mph in 10.5 seconds - according to Audi’s official figures -  though there’s a greater focus on efficiency here – returning up to 49.6mpg, and 137g/km CO2 emissions.

The 35 TFSI is noticeably brisker, with its 0-62mph time of 8.6 seconds, though it’s still very good on fuel, with a predicted 48.7mpg possible, with 141g/km CO2 emissions.

0-62 mph (30 TFSI)

10.5 seconds

Top speed


CO2 emissions


All vehicles are tested according to WLTP technical procedures. Figures shown are for comparability purposes; only compare fuel consumption, CO2 and equivalent electric range figures with other vehicles tested to the same technical procedures. These figures may not reflect real life driving results, which will depend upon a number of factors including the accessories fitted (post-registration), variations in weather, driving styles, vehicle load (and, for battery electric vehicles, the starting charge of the battery).