Audi Q5 limited edition launched at Rs 69.72 lakh

    The limited-edition Q5 is based on the Technology trim and will be available only in Mythos Black colour option.

    Published On Sep 18, 2023 12:58:00 PM


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    Audi has launched a limited edition version of the Q5 SUV at Rs 69.72 lakh (ex-showroom, India). This special edition Q5 costs Rs 1.5 lakh more than the Technology trim (Rs 68.22 lakh) that it is based on, and will be available in limited numbers.

    1. Q5 limited edition gets blacked-out grille, roof rails
    2. It remains mechanically unchanged
    3. Rivals Mercedes GLC, BMW X3, Volvo XC60

    Audi Q5 limited edition: what’s new?

    The Q5 limited edition is only available with the Mythos Black exterior, and gets blacked-out treatment for the grille, roof rails and logo. Inside, the seats, front centre armrest and door panels are draped in leather in Okapi Brown colour.

    Audi Q5 limited edition features

    As mentioned, the limited edition is based on the top-spec Technology trim and carries over all its equipment. It has a 10.1-inch infotainment screen, Bang and Olufsen-tuned sound system with 19 speakers, wireless charging, panoramic sunroof, three-zone climate control, 12.3-inch Audi Virtual Cockpit, ambient lighting and eight airbags.

    Audi Q5 limited edition powertrain

    The limited edition Q5 remains mechanically unchanged over the standard car, and is powered by the same 265hp, 370Nm, 2.0-litre turbo-petrol engine. The engine is mated to a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission and Audi’s Quattro all-wheel drive system. It also gets adaptive suspension and Audi Drive Select with six modes to choose from.

    Audi Q5 limited edition rivals

    The Audi Q5 continues to rival the new Mercedes-Benz GLC, BMW X3, Lexus NX and Volvo XC60

    Also see:

    Audi Q8 limited edition launched at Rs 1.18 crore

    Audi Q6 e-tron SUV interior previews new design theme

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