There are two 4-cylinder TDI engines each with 2.0 litre displacement available for the Audi Q3. Like the petrol-driven engines in the Audi Q3, the TDI engine combines all the powerful Audi efficiency technologies – direct injection, turbocharging, the startstop system and the recuperation system.
The 2.0 TDITDISynonymous with muscular torque delivery and outstanding efficiency: TDI. Today, TDI engines are sporty, smooth and economical.TDI 103 kW has a frontwheel drive in conjunction with a 6-speed manual transmission. Its consumption of less than 5.2 l/100 km is convincing longterm.
The more powerful TDI model with 130 kW is equipped with permanent all-wheel drive quattro®quattro®Vorsprung durch Technik: quattro® technology stands for permanent power to all four wheels distributed between the front and rear axles.quattro® and dynamic 7-speed tronic transmission as standard. The hydraulic multi-disc clutch of the permanent all-wheel drive diverts the forces from the front to the rear axle at lightening speed if required. This engine variant reaches its maximum torque of 380 Nm at an engine speed of only 1,750 rpm. This allows the Audi Q3 to accelerate to 100 km/h in only 8.2 seconds, and reach a top speed of 212 km/h.
When the driver chooses the efficiency mode in the Audi drive selectAudi Drive SelectMastery of driving dynamics: Audi drive select integrates the technical components that determine the quality of the driving experience.Audi Drive Select , the S tronicS tronicFaster gearshifts, sportier driving: the S tronic combines the sporty characteristics of a manual gearbox with the advantages of an automatic.S tronic opens the clutch when the vehicle is in overrun – and the sporty SUV coasts along, reducing its fuel consumption even further.
Consumption and emission values:
Combined fuel consumption: 5.2–5.9 l/100 km
CO2 emission figures combined: 137–156 g/km