Audi announces new models for South Africa – pricing

German car maker Audi has released a number of updated and special edition models for South Africa.

Special edition models have been launched for the A3, Q2 and Q5, while the A5 and Q2 have received an upgrade to their standard equipment specifications.

The car manufacturer has also released its updated pricing for these new models, all of which is detailed below.

A3 range

The Audi A3 range gains two new special editions in its line-up – the Audi A3 Comfort Edition and A3 Black Edition.

The Audi A3 Comfort Edition is applicable to only 30 TFSI (1.0-litre) engines and is aimed at providing comfort features with a cost-saving benefit to customers, Audi said.

The package includes a different design 17-inch wheel, partial leather upholstery, LED headlights, parking aid sensors in the front and rear, black headlining and a storage package for the interior.

The Black Edition is only available on 35 TFSI (1.4-litre) and 40 TFSI (2.0-litre) engines and includes the following equipment:

  • 18-inch alloy wheel;
  • S line exterior body kit;
  • High-gloss black styling package for the grille, front bumpers, rear diffuser and window trims;
  • High-gloss black exterior mirrors;
  • Black headlining;
  • Partial leather upholstery;
  • LED headlights;
  • A storage package.

You can find Audi’s A3 Sportback range pricing below:

You can find Audi’s A3 Sedan range pricing below:

Q2 range

The Audi Q2 – first launched in 2017 – also gains a few product improvements in the form of new standard equipment, a new engine and a Black Edition for certain engine derivatives.

For model-year 2019 vehicles (produced from September 2018 onwards), the Audi Q2 range will have a host of new standard equipment features included in all engine derivatives.

These features include LED headlights, rear parking aid, deluxe automatic air-conditioning and the Audi sound system.

A 35 TFSI 110kW (1.4-litre) engine in base trimline specification has also been added to the line-up of engines, whereas previously this engine was only available in the sport trimline specification.

The new Black Edition is only available on the 30 TFSI Sport (1.0-litre) and 35 TFSI Sport (1.4-litre) engines and will enjoy the inclusion of sporty, high-gloss black visual differentiators when compared to the normal sport models.

The Black Edition will contain the following additional equipment:

  • 19-inch Rotor design alloy wheel in black;
  • High-gloss black styling package for the grille, front bumpers, rear diffuser and window trims;
  • High-gloss black mirror housings;
  • High-gloss black C-pillar blade;
  • Audi drive select and black headlining for the interior.

You can find Audi’s Q2 range pricing below:

Q5 range

The Audi Q5 will also add two special edition models to its line-up in the form of an Offroad Edition and a Black Edition.

The Offroad Edition aims to give the Q5 a more powerful appearance, Audi said.

This includes a front and rear bumper underbody in Selenite Silver, along with wheel arches and sill in Stone Grey metallic.

It also features a wheel upgrade from 17-inch to 19-inch wheels and LED headlights to provide enhanced exterior styling.

The Black edition is available exclusively on Q5 Sport models and will offer black styling trims and details around the vehicle.

Other features include:

  • 20-inch wheels; S line exterior body kit;
  • High-gloss black styling package for the window trims, grille, front bumper and rear diffuser;
  • High-gloss black mirror housings and roof rails.

You can find Audi’s Q5 range pricing below:

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