New Audi SQ5 TDI Exclusive Concept Will Be Limited to 50 Examples
Sep 14, 2012 15:42
Audi has prepared a new model: The SQ5 TDI Exclusive Concept and is priced in Germany at €92,000 (US$120,000 at the current exchange rates) when it arrives at German showrooms next year. The exclusive model shares the same 3.0-liter bi-turbo V6 diesel delivering 308hp (313PS) and 650 Nm (479 lb-ft) of torque as the regular model. So why the hike in price?
They've given the interior an upgrade along with an exclusive exterior finish. Painted in an 'Aral Blue' crystal effect exterior finish the car also
sports leather multifunction sports steering wheel and gear lever gaited
in black fine Nappa leather with contrasting stitching in snow white.
The Alcantara headlining used for the sunroof and inlays and applications in the doors are said to "shimmer in snow white". Production will be limited to 50 units with sales to start in the first quarter of 2013 and will debut its world premiere at the Paris Motor Show end of this month.
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