After Audi SQ5 TDI Audi now presents at the Auto Show in Detroit and a petrol version of the SQ5. Called 2013 Audi SQ5 TFSI.
The new top model, the Q5 range has been designed primarily for markets in North America, China and Russia, but is also found in Western Europe a few friends.
Under the hood of the presented in North America Audi SQ5 TFSI slumbers the proven 3.0-liter gasoline engine, whose power is 354 hp at (260 kW).
The sprint from 0 to 100 km / h, the SQ5 TFSI completed in just 5.3 seconds, top speed is at 250 km / h electronically limited. Despite its sporty, should be the strong SUV with 8.5 liters of premium petrol per 100 kilometers satisfied.
Thus, the force is also well placed on the road, has the SQ5 the quattro all-wheel drive. The force is transmitted via an 8-speed Tiptronic, which provides for very fast, but also very smooth gearshifts.
For even more fun, there are also optional dynamic steering with continuously variable transmission. Their control is also integrated in the optional Audi drive select vehicle dynamics system that allows the driver to vary the operation of various systems at several levels.
Visual level, the fast Audi Q5 at the platinum gray grille with horizontal double spokes in aluminum look, distinctive bumpers and a roof spoiler.
In the painting are the exclusive crystal effect colors Estoril Blue and Black Panther options which give the car a special accent.
The interior is decorated entirely in black, the headliner is alternatively also available in Moon Silver. The standard sports seats are electrically adjustable, the covers are held in a combination of Alcantara and Perlnappa. On request there is also leather upholstery in four different colors.
For the inlays brushed aluminum is used, but are either too Carbon Atlas, piano finish or aluminum laminated wood / wood Beaufort black options. Audi also offers the SQ5 TFSI also with the known assistance and infotainment systems, which are also available for normal Q5.
In the U.S., the SQ5 TFSI commence in the third quarter of 2013, shortly after the sporty off-roader should then be available in Europe.
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