Audi Q5 drives with amazing safety, infotainment packs in India

The luxury sedan got Start Euro NCAP rating safety standards in crash safety

MMI Navigation plus with MMI touch and 21.08 cms MMI monitor, Navigation with personal route assistance, phone box with wireless charging, Smartphone Interface, Sound system and 10 GB Jukebox are a few infotainment   features available in newly launched Audi Q5 in India.

The car received amazing response when it was launched in Bengalure, one of the strong grounds of Audi in India,  hightlighting its safety packs in the luxury sedan.

The safety ensured to all passengers as the car comprises as many as 8 Airbags and fitted with Anti-lock Braking System (ABS). Also, Electronic Brake distribution (EBD) and Electronic Stabilisation Control system (ESC) along with quattro all-wheel drive and Electronic immobilizer ensure more safety to the passengers.  The vehicle also got 5 Start Euro NCAP rating safety standards in crash safety.

The car is powered with 2.0 TDI engine with a total output of 140 KW (190 hp) with 7-speed S tronic transmission. Top speed of 218 km/h and 0-100 km/h can be achieved in 7.9 Seconds.

 “The year 2018 will be the year of progression at Audi and the launch of the new Audi Q5 is the perfect example of this. The first Audi Q5 was for many years the world’s best-selling model in its class and with the new Q5 we are pushing the bar a notch higher, Rahil Ansari, Head, Audi India.

Interestingly it is around 90 Kgs lighter and  8 percent increase in power delivery and 20 percent increase in fuel efficiency than the previous model.

Bengaluru has been one of the most significant markets for the Audi Q5. In its second generation avatar, the Q5 becomes the perfect companion for the self-confident leader. The car’s versatility meets the ever changing demands of its owners who cherish their free-time,” said,  Rohit Malhotra, Dealer Principal, Audi Bengaluru. 

The luxury sedan also has Virtual Cockpit with high-resolution 31.24 cms display and 3-Zone Automatic air conditioning. Its driver assistance systems include Hill descent assist, Rear View Camera, front and rear parking sensors, Cruise Control and Electromechanical Parking Brake.

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