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Audi Unveils the Q5

May 23, 2008

ATLANTA – Audi has unveiled its latest creation, the Q5. It’s a smaller version of thecompany’s Q7 SUV, according to www.statesman.com. The Q5, which will go on saleearly next year, will offer the dynamic performance and handsome styling foundin its larger sibling. Pricing has not been announced yet, but it is expectedto be priced similarly to other small SUVs in the luxury segment, such as theBMW X3, which starts at close to $40,000.

 

The Q5will be powered by a 3.2L V-6 engine that makes 265 horsepower. Thetransmission will be Audi’s six-speed Tiptronic, which can be shifted manuallyif the driver wishes. Audi’s Quattro all-wheel-drive system will power thedrivetrain.

 

 

 

 

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