2017 Audi Q2 S-Line Recently Spotted Sporting Modern And Aggressive Look

May 28, 2017 01:31 AM EDT | Paul Urban


The 2017 Audi Q2 S-Line recently made an appearance at the "Old Town" of Warsaw, Poland. It has been able to showcase its modern and aggressive look and appeal for everyone to witness. Onlookers and enthusiasts are fortunate enough to see it first hand.

The 2017 Audi Q2 S-Line, which made an appearance in Warsaw comes in Vegas Yellow Metallic, automatically making it stand out. Even better, it is reported to not have many competitors so it is comfortably enjoying its status as unopposed. If at all, Mini Countryman is considered its closest rival.

Other similar-looking vehicles are somehow being compared to the Q2 S-Line. The likes of Nissan Juke and Toyota CH-R are sometimes compared to it. Yes, these cars are modern and special in its own right. However, both crossovers do not belong to the premium segment, which automatically ends the comparison in a way.

The Q2 S-Line is powered by 2.0-liter TDI Quattro sports model. It is capable of producing 190-horsepower and can accelerate from zero to 62 mph in 7.3-seconds with a top speed of 135 mph. It is also nominated for Best in Automotive Design for 2017.

In front of the dash is the S-Line sports steering wheel, which is an impressive upgrade from the standard. It also looks sportier because of its contoured 9 and 3 positions and flat bottom design. The steering wheel mounted paddle shifters are within easy reach.

The front seats are manually adjustable and are well constructed which makes it durable. However, it is not too plush for one that is looking for that extravagant appeal. The seats are more for utility than a showcase piece.

The 2017 Audi Q2 S-Line test model also has heated leather seats and state-of-the-art navigation system. It makes use of Google satellite mapping which delivers a 3D display of one's surroundings, pretty much the same as the view from low-flying aircraft.

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