See The Audi Q3 Sportback 2020 Which Offers More Style In Less Space
Following in the footsteps of the larger Q8 is the new Q3 Sportback, a
sleeker version of the all-new Q3 crossover, which offers more style
when the cargo space is sacrificed and is aimed directly at the BMW X2.
Compared to the standard Q3, the Sportback has a couple-like roofline
with a much slanted tailgate. Audi positions it as a sportier option
for style-conscious buyers.
The roof of the Sportback is 1.1 inches lower than the normal Q3 and the overall length has been increased by about half an inch, but the Sportback is actually a little bit less wide. In addition to the roof, the Sportback is characterized by sportier bumpers and side skirts, and contrasting body panels and panels in dark gray or glossy black are available.
Everything inside is identical to the standard Q3 until you get into the back seat. While the three-sided rear seat tilts backwards and can be moved forwards and backwards, the headroom in the
The Q3 Sportback will have the same range of gas and diesel engines as its standard counterpart with a new addition. Early next year, the Q3 Sportback will receive a new basic 1.5-liter turbo four-engine with a 48-volt hybrid system. The Quattro all-wheel drive is available for high-end models. Some engines can be combined with a manual gearbox.
Sportback is noticeably lower, even though Audi does not give any specific figures. Surprisingly, the Sportback actually offers the same 19 cubic feet of cargo space as the standard Q3 when the rear seats are folded up, but with the seats folded down, the cargo hold of the Sportback 5 cubic feet is smaller.
The Sportback will likely have the same unique powertrain configuration as the regular Q3, a 228-hp turbocharger combined with an automatic transmission and four-wheel drive.