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The Audi Q5 car is divided into generations:
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The Audi Q5 is a series of compact and luxurious SUVs. The first model was introduced in 2008. Audi Q5 SUVs have three trim levels: Premium, Premium Plus, and Prestige, and while they look very similar to the Audi Q7, they are more compact. Currently, the Audi Q5 is in its second generation, but it has two improved facelift variants. Most of the cars in this series are all-wheel drive (Quattro), but there are also a few front-wheel drive Q5 cars.
Below is a table summarizing the technical specifications of Audi Q5 vehicles.
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Audi Q5 8R (2009–2017)
The new Q5 borrowed its exterior design from its larger brother, the Q7, and adopted some mechanical features from the A4. It was an exceptionally versatile and luxurious compact crossover.
The standard equipment on the Q5 was more than decent: 18-inch lightweight alloy wheels, heated side mirrors, 8-way power-adjustable front seats, three-zone automatic climate control, a 10-speaker sound system, an AUX input, an SD card slot, and Bluetooth.
As a large vehicle, the Q5 was quite aerodynamic, with a drag coefficient of 0.33. In terms of safety, the Q5 had stability and traction control, front side airbags, and side curtain airbags. The Q5 received a 5/5 star rating for frontal and side impact crashes.
The Q5 had a wide range of engine options - drivers could choose from gasoline (2.0L, 3.2L), turbocharged diesel (2.0L, 3.0L) engines, and a hybrid gasoline/electric engine.
Although the Q5 is spacious, refined, surprisingly agile, and competent luxury crossover, it lacks distinctive features that would make it a must-have.
Audi Q5 FY (2017–Present)
The second generation of Audi Q5 was introduced in 2017. The new model, at least in terms of appearance, didn't differ much from its predecessor, but that was never the goal of Audi manufacturers.
The exterior design of Audi Q5 FY remained almost unchanged, but the car's dimensions increased and the weight decreased. Known for its interior design, Audi didn't disappoint with the 2017 model. High-quality materials were used in the cabin, giving it a refined and stylish look. The car also boasts a great build quality and engineering efforts.
Q5 was offered in seven trim levels: 2.0T Premium, 2.0T Premium Plus, 3.0T Premium Plus, 3.0T Prestige, and 2.0T Hybrid Prestige. The names of the trim levels corresponded to the available engines.
The biggest drawback of the car was the lack of a USB port, which forced users to rely on Audi's digital music interface. It also didn't have features such as adaptive cruise control and front collision mitigation.
After the success of the first generation, the second generation of Audi Q5 didn't surprise anyone, but this not-so-flashy SUV has some strong features that outperform its competitors and will surely be appreciated by buyers.