Although Audi's second-largest Sports Utility Vehicle the Q5 is sleek in design and very pleasant on the eye with its Coupe-like appearance. On the inside, it is extremely spacious and offers its driver and up to four other passengers a luxurious and comfortable interior while enjoying an elevated position and plenty of room for their luggage. The interior is a great place to be incorporating Audi's usual design flair, attention to detail and dedication to the use of fine materials with high-quality finishes.
The New Audi Q5 Quattro is a beautifully refined SUV with a high level of stability, precision and ground clearance thanks to the air suspension system giving a smooth ride, even on the worst roads or on a motorway cruising at high speed in all situations always providing for an extremely enjoyable drive.
The Audi Q5 is equally at home in towns and rural settings and, being a Quattro with full four-wheel drive, there are few limits to what it can be used for, whether business support, school runs, active pastimes or family holidays and it is the perfect luxury companion that always makes the statement that you have chosen a highly sought after SUV that has real class.
The New Q5 has been redesigned in lightweight materials making it more agile with sportiness provided through its powerful 2.0 TFSI engine, and although an SUV it is truly exciting to drive.
If you were to buy the Q5 with a good list of options the car would cost in the region of £42,000 but by hiring from The Dream Collection you can enjoy this very able multi-task SUV without the expense of ownership.
The Audi Q5 features a CD player with MP3 compatibility, as well as an SD memory card reader. Audi has paid attention to safety features. The Audi Q5 includes options like electronic rain sensors, bright halogen headlights as well as daytime running lights. Full-size front, side and head-level airbags are present for both passengers.
Facts about Audi Motors
The famous Quattro on which Audi has built its high tech corporate philosophy comes from a humble military vehicle, the four-wheel-drive VW Type 183, called the Iltis. Engineer Jörg Bensinger was in Finland testing several vehicles. The Iltis was way quicker and better controlled than every other car in the snowy tests despite having a lot less power. His idea to put its four-wheel-drive system in an Audi 80 would become the first lever Audi Quattro.four wheel drive system
Just as the first Audi Quattro was being released for sale the World Rally Championship was adjusting the rules to allow all-wheel-drive cars. Audi entered its Quattro beasts leaving the competition way behind as it turned out to be a massive advantage. The amazing Audi Quattro's went on to win numerous rallies and the driver's championships.
Although some 19 minutes slower than the current record for racing to the top of Pikes Peak Hill Climb, an autonomously driven Audi TTS made it to the top without incident in 2010.