Audi Q5 ( 2008-2012)
The Audi Q5 is a Sports Utility Vehicle of Audi AG, which came in November 2008 on the market. It is produced in Ingolstadt, Changchun ( China) and Aurangabad ( India) and builds, as well as the A4 B8 and A5, Audi's modular longitudinal matrix on (MLB) on. The Q5 was unveiled at the Auto China Beijing in April 2008.
- 2.1 petrol engines
- 2.2 Diesel Engines
For the launch in autumn 2008, first one petrol and two diesel engines were offered. The 2.0 -liter petrol engine with direct injection and turbo 155 kW ( 211 hp) and 350 Newton meters of torque. In the diesel segment, a two -liter TDI are available with 125 kW ( 170 hp) and 350 Newton meters and a three-liter six-cylinder with 176 kW (240 hp ) and 500 Newton meters of torque. Since July 2009, two new engine options to choose from with the 2.0 TDI (105 kW/143 hp) and 2.0 TFSI (132 kW/180 hp).
The Q5 will keep novelty as in the Audi program, the seven-speed S tronic direct-shift collection, which is designed for torques up to 500 Nm. This then drives permanently to all four wheels with the said Audi Quattro all-wheel drive ( Torsen ) with a basic distribution of 40:60 ( the rear axle ).
In September 2012, the Q5 received a facelift, which in addition to some external modifications also tracked changes in technology and engine program were carried out. So the engines got more power and were at the same time economical.
Since the beginning of 2013, an S version of the Audi Q5 is available. It is the first S- model with diesel. As a power source, either the new twin turbo diesel comes with 230 kW ( 313 hp), which is already available in the Audi A6 and A7.
Audi SQ5 TDI ( since 2012 )