The Audi Q3 received a facelift a few months ago, but there are some who are already thinking about the next generation. Apparently is already in development and could arrive within a couple of years. What would you do with news, because there is already talk of a Audi Q3 electric and also a hybrid version plug-in. There are not many details, but it is clear the bet of the mark by electrification.
The new generation of the compact crossover is expected to arrive during the 2018. The plug-in hybrid could carry the last name ‘e-tron’, and for its arrival would have to wait one more year. Could be powered by the gasoline engine 1.4 TFSI along with the electric motor. In terms of power, rumor has it that could share platform and some components with the Volkswagen e-Golf.
Though still there seems to be contradictions with respect to the use of this technology. The Volkswagen e-Golf, which was renovated just a month ago and it came with a electric thruster 134 HP) and 290 Nm of torque. Its lithium ion battery has a capacity of 35.8 kWh and the range is 200 km. For the Q3 power to be competitive would need greater autonomy, as some rivals like the Opel Ampera-e will provide more than 300 kilometres of autonomy.
there is Still time for your arrival and safe will continue to develop these systems to improve their capacity. In any case, the next generation of the Audi Q3 will use the MQB platform of the Volkswagen Group. It is expected that its design is evolutionary and there will be some details of the Q5. The range of engines will be formed by blocks of three-and four-cylinder except the RS Q3 that could carry the same 2.5 TFSI five-cylinder.
Source – Auto Express
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