As seen in the spy photos from MotorAuthority, road tests have begun for the new generation of the Audi Q3. Its debut is still some way off, with the presentation expected at the end of 2024 and arrival in dealerships in the first months of 2025.
The new Audi Q3, which is still quite camouflaged for testing, is not expected to have significantly different dimensions from the current model, with a length of approximately 450 cm. The style will evolve, featuring a grille that is wider but not as tall and slimmer headlights arranged on two levels. The body lines are expected to be less boxy than the current series and more similar to those of the Q6 e-tron. There will also be changes at the rear, where the two taillights are connected by a full-width LED strip.
ONLY INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES
The Audi Q3 will be based on the MQB Evo platform, so it will come with all “mild hybrid” internal combustion engines. In addition to the mild hybrid versions, there will also likely be a plug-in hybrid, possibly offered in various power levels. The sporty RS Q3 powered by the 2.5-liter turbocharged five-cylinder gasoline engine is also expected to be part of the lineup.