German carmaker Audi had revealed the Design Edition of the Q3 and Q7 during the Q5 petrol variant launch last month. Now, the company has launched Q3 and Q7 Design Editions priced at Rs 40.76 lakh and Rs 82.37 lakh (ex-showroom), respectively.
Audi Q3 and Q7 Design edition are similar to its regular versions largely. The company has added some cosmetic touches and added more equipment. The Q3 Design Edition is available only as 35TDI version, powered by a 2.0-litre four-cylinder, turbo-diesel motor that makes 184hp and 380Nm of peak torque.
It gets crystal clear tail lamps and Nappa leather seats combined with a full paint finish. The Q3 Design Edition features Quattro decals on the side, illuminated door sills and a key cover that matches the exterior finish. The new 5-spoke alloy wheels finished in gloss black cannot go unnoticed in the Q3 Design Edition.
In addition to these new additions, the Q3 Design Edition is also packed with LED headlamps with LED DRLs, power-adjustable front seats, dual-zone climate control, Audi's MMI infotainment system, cruise control, parking assist and other features
The Design Edition in the Audi Q7 is offered in 252hp, 2.0-litre turbo-petrol engine in the 40TFSI and the 249hp, 3.0-litre turbo-diesel motor in the 45TDI. The Q7 Design Edition flaunts smoked tail-lamps, Audi logo decals on the D-pillar, rear-seat entertainment that includes headrest-mounted screens for the second-row passengers and an Audi branded cool bag.
The Q7 Design Edition is slotted between the Premium Plus (Rs 73.73-77.90 lakh) and the Technology variants (Rs 81.00-85.18 lakh). The SUV will boast off features such as Matrix LED headlamps with DRLs, panoramic sunroof, Audi's MMI infotainment system with navigation and more.
"Audi Q3 has been a segment leader ever since its introduction apart from being our bestselling model... With the introduction of the Audi Q3 and the Audi Q7 Design Edition, we are now offering our customers an exciting line up of their preferred vehicle to choose from and own their favourite Audi," said Rahil Ansari, head of Audi India.