Audi SQ2 PRACTICALITY MEETS PERFORMANCE Combining performance with an SUV appearance and raised driving position, the SQ2 houses a turbocharged 2.0-litre engine. It pairs this power with confidence-inspiring grip for a small SUV that’s engaging to drive but, when switched to Comfort mode, also has the ability to serve up a relaxing everyday experience. The Audi SQ2 comes in two trims: the standard SQ2 and SQ2 Black Edition. Each trim level is designed to fit with your own preferred styling, driving experience and technology requirements, and standard equipment varies by trim. View All S Range Offers


Based on the distinctive SUV character of the Q2, the Audi SQ2 is both subtle and unmistakeable. The S Sport suspension shaves 20mm from the ride height of the standard Q2, and the grille and large air intakes in the brawny front bumper are optionally ringed by broad, black accents as part of the Black Styling package (or as standard with the Black Edition). On the doors the trim strips are strongly contoured, and the rear is adorned with four exhaust tips in the style of the S3 – hinting at its potency. Drivers can choose between a range of colours and finishes for the exterior, while the Carbon Style pack enhances the design with Carbon mirror covers and C-pillar blades. Inside, the SQ2 features sporty accents such as the Sport steering wheel, front Sport seats with embossed S logo and matt-brushed aluminium inlays. The seats can be levelled up in black/red Fine Nappa leather with contrast stitching as part of the Interior Pack. What’s more, the compact SUV offers a fairly generous 355 litres of storage capacity in the boot with the rear seats in place


As with every S model, quattro all-wheel drive is standard in the SQ2, combining high traction and superior handling by continuously distributing torque between the axles, providing confidence and grip in every day and extreme conditions. Audi Drive Select enables the driver to alter the power steering assistance, engine and gear-shift characteristics between four pre-set modes: Comfort, Auto, Dynamic, Efficiency and Individual. There is a choice of wheels across 10 designs and sizes: 18” alloy wheels are standard while 19” wheels are available with the Black Edition. The brake calipers, available in black or red, also feature S badges.

Performance & Technology

The four-cylinder 2.0 TSFI in the Audi SQ2 puts out 300hp, enough to sprint from 0 – 62mph in 4.8 seconds and a top speed of 155mph, as well as a constant 400Nm of torque. A seven-speed S tronic transfers the power of the TSFI, allowing the driver to operate the dual-clutch transmission in the automatic modes D (Drive) or S (Sport), or shift themselves. The Technology Pack offers drivers connectivity and navigation across a range of digital features. The pack includes MMI Navigation Plus with MMI Touch, the Audi Virtual Cockpit, Audi Connect Infotainment Services and Audi Phone Box with wireless charging. An 8.3” display houses the MMI Navigation Plus services such as integrated navigation while the Virtual Cockpit boasts an innovative 12.3” digital instrument cluster, flexibly displaying information tailored to the driver’s needs. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are included as standard.


The SQ2 serves up a number of handy assist systems; Audi Pre-sense Front is standard, warning the driver acoustically and visually of any hazards, and initiating emergency braking if necessary. Side Assist quickly informs the driver if there is a vehicle in their blind spot or approaching quickly behind, ideal for motorway driving. When visibility is poor, Cross-traffic Assist Rear warns the driver of traffic crossing behind their vehicle, alerting the driver and even applying a brake jolt if a potential collision is detected. Finally, Park Assist allows the compact sport SUV to make light work of parking spaces. For superior handling, the SQ2’s progressive steering enhances driving dynamics and ride comfort by regulating the steering according to the driving situation. Because of this, driving is significantly more agile under everyday conditions, while directional stability and precision are increased at high speeds and during demanding driving situations.