31 August 2013

Nigeria: Audi Centre Unveils Q3

Lagos — Audi, a subsidiary of Volkswagen Group has unveiled its Q3 premium crossover in the country.

Styled in line with Audi's brand slogan 'Vorsprung Durch Technik', meaning 'Innovation through Technology', the new Q3 is a sporty and progressive SUV for active, modern and urban lifestyles with predisposition for elegance, comfort and individualization.

Speaking at a news conference in Lagos, Mr. Anurag Shah, head of sales and marketing, Audi Centre, said the introduction of Q3 in Nigeria is the outcome of Audi's pledge at the Shanghai Motor Show in 2007 to design an intriguing crossover that looks much like a scaled-down version of the Q5 and larger Q7.

Mr. Shah said the Q3 is available in four choice engines: two TFSI units and two TDI engines but only the TFSI petrol engine variables will be offered in Nigeria.

He spoke on the features of the model and said that the new Q3 receives the same wedge-shaped headlights, single frame radiator grille with vertical element and large air inlets from either direction you view the car.

He said apart from being a multifunctional SUV, the Q3 is specifically designed to serve the requirements of three different target groups; the younger singles, younger couples or best agers.

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