Redesigned, reimagined and resetting expectations, the all-new 2018 Q5 merges cutting-edge technology with edge-of-your-seat performance. It’s time to redefine how an SUV looks — and drives.
Advanced driver assistance features
252-hp turbocharged engine
Increased cargo capacity
From a distinctive Singleframe grille® and 3D LED headlights to its prominent Tornado line and
power tailgate, the redesigned 2018 Q5 embodies timeless SUV design everywhere you look.
European model shown in images below
By enhancing the performance capabilities of the Q5, we’re reinvigorating your drive. With 273 lb-ft of torque, the exhilarating 252-hp turbocharged engine can take you 0 to 60 mph in 5.9 seconds to help make your drive altogether thrilling.
The quattro® all-wheel drive system with innovative ultra® technology helps optimize performance and efficiency by adding predictive, proactive or reactive power shifts depending on road conditions or driver demands.
On the road, shifts happen. Constantly moving vehicles, traffic and obstacles. The Audi suite of advanced driver assistance technologies can help alert you to some of the unpredictable shifts that come your way. Rear cross traffic assist uses optical warnings and radar sensors to help alert the driver of approaching vehicles and can even prompt the driver to stop the vehicle.
Audi pre sense® city can detect cornering and stationary vehicles and pedestrians at speeds of up to 52 mph, warn the driver of an imminent collision and even initiate emergency braking.
Appointed with rich infotainment systems, the all-new Audi Q5 lets you live, and drive, the good life. The Audi virtual cockpit is a fully digital 12.3-inch instrument cluster that customizes information such as navigation, audio and phone, offering classic and infotainment modes as well as Google Earth™ or Google Street View™ screen options.
Newly available on the 2018 Q5, MMI® touch with handwriting-recognition technology allows the driver to “write” their entry rather than selecting letters or numbers and more easily navigate maps by moving a finger across the touchpad.