The Audi Q2 is the most compact, attainable SUV in the German marque's portfolio
The Q2 has more car-like styling than other Audi SUVs
It counts the ever-popular Nissan Juke, Renault Captur and Peugeot 2008, and sought-after Mini Countryman as its rivals
The Q2's style references the 'side blades' of the attention-grabbing Audi R8 supercar.
Engines range from a 1.0-litre petrol to a 2.0 litre diesel, which is available with quattro four-wheel drive
Based on the Audi Q3 hatchback, the Q2 is optimised for life on the road
Ride quality is more than acceptable on the standard 17-inch alloy wheels
Signature daytime running lights lend the Q2 distinction
The range opens with the SE model and finishes with the Edition#1. All models are well equipped.
Exterior styling upgrades are available as optional extras.
The Q2 is perhaps the most distinctive SUV that Audi offers.
With a dominant grille treatment, the Q2 has serious rear-view mirror presence
The A3-based Q2 has a car-like side profile.
Quattro four-wheel drive is only available with the 2.0-litre diesel engine
17-inch alloy wheels are standard equipment in the UK.
The bulk of the Q3 is broken up by distinctive haunched shoulders
The Audi I-Cockpit system is included in the tempting optional 'technology pack'
The regular analog dials are clear and well presented
Colour-coded contrasting panels can be selected with the Milano leather option.
Top 10 best small estates 2021
Electric Citroen Ami to launch in the UK next year
New 2022 Toyota RAV4 Adventure revealed