Audi agreed to the FCA
New Audi's compact crossover will be sold under the name Q2. German automaker failed to resolve the conflict with the US concern FCA, who initially refused to sell the trademark to the Germans.
Now all the friction is settled, and the debut of a small sample of off-road vehicle can be seen at the booth Audi at the Motor Show in Geneva. Immediately, after the presentation, begins serial assembly of new items, so that those who want to buy it can do so before the end of this year.
The company released the cost of the base model, Q2, targeting young buyers. In European car shows it can be purchased for 25 thousand euros. Top version of the car, of course, will cost more.
It is assumed that the motor range of mini crossover will be borrowed from family hatchbacks