The “Made in India” Audi Q5 is being manufactured in India, and the SUV will be launched soon…

The "Made in India" Audi Q5 is being manufactured in India, and the SUV will be launched soon...

Audi’s production unit in Aurangabad has begun local manufacture of the redesigned Q5 SUV. The Audi Q5 facelift for 2022 is set to debut in November 2021. In June 2020, the upgraded model was released on global markets. It has a new design, a more feature-packed interior, and a BSVI-compliant turbocharged petrol engine.

The 2022 Audi Q5 facelift will compete with the BMW X3, Land Rover Discovery Sport, and Mercedes-Benz GLC in terms of pricing. It is expected to cost approximately Rs 55 lakh. The redesigned Q5 has a more prominent and bigger honeycomb-patterned front grille, a revised bumper, new LED headlights, and a blacked-out front end. Larger side intakes, restyled alloy wheels, new digital OLED taillights, and a redesigned rear bumper are among the other design modifications.

The inside of the cabin has undergone little modifications. On top of the center console, it gets a fresh new 10.1-inch MMI infotainment system. Amazon Alexa integration and linked car technology are included with the infotainment system. A new digital instrument console has also been added. Ambient lighting, triple-zone temperature control, electrically adjustable front seats, a wireless phone charger, and cruise control are all included in the 2022 Audi Q5.

The BSVI-compliant 2.0-liter engine will be available in the Audi Q5 in 2022, as it is in the company’s A6 sedan. It has a max torque of 370Nm and can produce 245PS of power. Power is sent to the wheels using Audi’s Quattro AWD (all-wheel-drive) technology, which is linked to a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission.

Know about the MG Astor’s cheapest model, as well as its pricing and characteristics:

The MG Astor mid-size SUV has been released in India by MG Motor India. The new model has priced between Rs 9.78 lakh to Rs 16.78 lakh in the Indian market (ex-showroom, India). Let us inform you that these costs are based on 5,000 Aster for the first wave of deliveries, which will take place in November and December 2021. We feel that not only is the price of the base variation, Style of MG Astor, competitive with the rest of the competitors currently on the market but that the base trim is also well-equipped. Let’s go through the features and engine of MG Aster’s base model.

MG Astor Base Edition Price: The style base variant of the Aster, which has a starting price of Rs 9.78 lakh, is MG’s recently released SUV (ex-showroom, India). The MG Astor’s basic model is cheaper than the Hyundai Creta (10.16), Kia Seltos (9.95), Skoda Kushaq (10.50), and Volkswagen Taigun’s starting ex-showroom pricing at this price (10.50).

MG Astor Base Edition Engine: The base variant of the MG Astor boasts a 1.5-liter VTi-TECH petrol engine with plenty of power. This naturally aspirated petrol engine produces 110 horsepower and 144 pound-feet of torque. The engine is paired to a 5-speed manual transmission in the Style version. In the higher model, a CVT automatic gearbox is also available.

Features of the MG Astor Base Version: The MG Astor Style, also known as the Aster Base variant, appears to outperform its competitors not only in terms of pricing but also in terms of features. Full-LED ‘hockey’ headlights with LED DRLs, rear defogger and fog lamps, rear keyless entry + folding keys, 10-inch HD touch screen infotainment, automatic AC with PM 2.5 filter are among the features of Aster’s basic model. Some of the standard equipment includes an electronic power steering dash with three settings, a centre console, leatherette layering on the door trims, an electronic stability program, and hill descent control, and all-wheel disc brakes.

Credit – Komal Sharma

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