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The New Q5 will share mechanical underpinnings with the Audi A4, and like that car it’ll have a sharp crease running down the side, from the headlight clusters to the rear lights. Through the disguise, you can just make out the design of the rear light clusters, with sharp daytime running light graphics.
Less weight will mean greater efficiency, with lower CO2 emissions for reduced running costs. The new Q5 will also be offered as a front-wheel-drive model for the first time (to further improve efficiency) while four-wheel-drive versions will use Audi’s latest quattro system with Ultra technology. This runs the car in front-wheel-drive mode most of the time, only sending power to the rear wheels when it’s required. This helps reduce emissions and improve fuel efficiency compared to the standard quattro four-wheel-drive system. Under the bonnet, we expect there to be plenty of crossover from the A4 executive saloon, with the same range of 187 and 248bhp turbocharged 2.0-litre petrol engines likely to make an appearance.
Diesels are likely to dominate the UK sales charts, however and there’ll be plenty of these to choose from. The entry-level Q5 will get a 148bhp 2.0-litre engine with CO2 emissions of less than 125g/km, while one of the more popular choices is likely to be a 188bhp version of the same engine. If you fancy more oomph from your diesel Q5, then Audi’s 215 and 268bhp 3.0-litre V6 diesels are also likely to make an appearance, with the most powerful of those set to offer the sprightliest performance in the standard range.
Elsewhere, the high-performance SQ5 will get a fettled version of the 3.0-litre V6 diesel, likely to make around 340bhp, while a full-fat RS Q5 is likely to appear in 2017, boasting around 450bhp from a twin-turbocharged V6 petrol engine. As well as these hot versions of the Q5, next year will likely see the introduction of a super-efficient plug-in hybrid version. This model will probably use a combination of a turbocharged petrol engine and two electric motors to ensure CO2 emissions of less than 90g/km. However, the big changes are likely to take place inside. The new Q5’s interior is likely to come more into line with the Audi’s current stable of cars, with higher-quality materials and greater scope for personalisation being key themes. A longer wheelbase (the distance between the front and rear wheels) will also ensure more space inside for both occupants and their luggage.
The new Q5 will also get the latest iteration of Audi’s satellite navigation – which will include Google Maps – and MMI infotainment systems. The excellent Virtual Cockpit configurable display that debuted in the Audi TT is almost certain to be offered as an option to replace traditional instruments, too.

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