The entry-level 1.5-liter petrol engine churns out 150hp of power, while 2.0-liter petrol unit, in two states of tune, produces 190hp and 230hp of maximum power.
Further, the 2.0-liter diesel mill, also in two states of tunes, makes 150hp and 190hp of power.
Next-gen Audi Q3: On the road
The next-gen Audi Q3 comes equipped with disc brakes on all four wheels along with ABS, EBD, and traction control for better grip on the road.
The car packs dual-front airbags as standard along with a 360-degree camera and rear sensors for parking assistance.
Moreover, it gets a host of driver assist features including adaptive speed assist, traffic jam assist, and active lane assist.
And, what will be the pricing?
In India, the incumbent Audi Q3 falls under Rs. 35-43 lakh price bracket. Hence, we expect the next-gen Q3 to arrive at a similar price in the country. Meanwhile, official details will be revealed during launch event which is set to happen within Q1 2020.