Every detail of the Audi Q5 features the characteristic Q design and embodies momentum and superiority. This includes the distinctive bonnet and the gently sloping roof line as well as the outer mirrors mounted onto the shoulder and the narrow window line.
Although the body has grown in size, it has become lighter.4.66 m long, 1.89 m wide, 1.66 m high, and a 2.82 m wheel base – compared to its predecessor, the Audi Q5 has increased in almost all dimensions. At the same, the tare weight has decreased by up to 90 kg depending on the engine. The body is an intelligent mix of high-tensile steel and aluminium. When it comes to aerodynamics, the Audi Q5 is also at the top of its class. Thanks to the aerodynamically optimised roof, the four-cylinder versions can achieve a drag coefficient of 0.30. The Audi Q5 currently features the best interior acoustics in its class; the wind noise is exceptionally low, and the vibration comfort is high.