The facelifted Audi Q3 has been spied testing yet again this time in entry-level form.
Off the bat, the new Audi Q3 will utilise revised headlights as well as a modified front bumper and splitter. Additionally, newly designed wheels are likely to be made available with a recently spied RS Q3 model spotted rolling on revised sports wheels.
At the rear, the taillights will be slightly remodelled with some tweaks to the bumper at the rear end also likely.
In the cabin, some changes are also pinned with the most important being the inclusion of a fully digital instrument panel just like the new Audi TT.
As you would expect, all variants in the Q3 model range will receive the changes. This means the range-topper will remain the Audi R3 Q3 and all indications point towards it remaining mechanically identical to the current model.
As a result, it will boast a 2.5-litre TFSI engine similar to the TT RS and RS 3 Sportback. The system is then mated to a seven-speed S tronic twin-clutch transmission. This turbocharged direct-injection unit produces 310 hp between 5200 and 6700 rpm and maximum torque of 420 Nm between 1500 and 5200 rpm. Its 0-100 km/h sprint time is just 5.5 seconds while top speed is electronically limited to 250 km/h.