Audi AG has unveiled the newest and smallest addition to the Q SUV family, the Q2, at the 86th Geneva Motor Show starting March 1. Audi says the new model has been built keeping in mind young and urban drivers. Hence, the Q2 looks sportier and unique compared to the Q3, Q5 and the flagship Q7.

At the front, the Q2 features a new single-frame grille that is flanked by large headlamps, which are more in square shape. The lower bumper also sports generously-sized air inlets. The rear body is designed with a long roof spoiler and a diffuser with an underbody protection look.

Inside the cabin, the Q2 comes with optional touchpad for driver's inputs and the Wi-Fi hotspot can be connected with smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices. The technological add-ons in the SUV include Audi virtual cockpit with a head up display and a 12.3 inch screen. The Bang & Olufsen sound system delivers 705 watts of audio power and 14 loudspeakers.

The Audi Q2 will be available in three TFSI and three TDI engine. The petrol engines are three-cylinder 1.0 TFSI engine (116 hp), 1.4 TFSI (150 hp) and 2.0 TFSI engine (190 hp). The 2.0 TFSI engine features cylinder deactivation system. The diesel range includes a four-cylinder 1.6-litre unit (116hp) and 2.0 TDI unit that develops power in two states of tune -- 150 hp and 190 hp. Audi offers a six-speed manual transmission and the S tronic dual-clutch transmission with seven speeds in combination with all engines. The Quattro all-wheel drive system is also on offer depending on the combination.