Audi is teasing its new Q2 crossover before it is revealed next week at the Geneva Motor Show.
The new subcompact crossover will be a rival for the Mini Countryman when it arrives, though whether or not it will be sold in the U.S. is still unknown. A selection of turbocharged four-cylinder engines will be on tap, while diesel variants will also be offered.
Standard models are said to be front-wheel drive while Audi’s Quattro all-wheel drive system will be an optional upgrade. A dual-clutch automatic transmission will be offered along with a six-speed manual on some models.
A performance version, known as the SQ2, is expected to eventually debut with around 228 horsepower while a plug-in hybrid Q2 e-tron is also a possibility.
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