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A NEW look Audi Q5 will be on the road later this summer and the car is getting a subtle styling makeover and some technological tweaks.

Priced from £42,950 - an increase of some £1,500 over the current entry-level model - the new line up will also include a high specification Edition 1 trim grade in the middle of the range.

Bigger bumpers see the Q5 grow in length by some 19mm to 4.8 metres while a new-look grille has larger air intakes and a honeycomb design on all but the base model.

Other dimensions are unchanged.

Range topping Vorsprung grade versions of the Q5 now come with OLED headlights which have organic light emitting diodes to create a more natural lighting effect.

Audi's virtual cockpit digitised instrument display as well as its connectivity systems and MMI navigation set up are becoming standard fit on all versions of the Q5.

The first phase of vehicles to arrive in the UK will have a more powerful 2.0-litre TDI diesel engine which now develops 240ps giving the Q5 a 0 to 60 acceleration time of 7.6 seconds and a maximum of 137mph. Fuel figures have still to be announced.

A plug-in hybrid will be rejoining the Q5 line up later as will other diesel and TFSI petrol and mild-hybrid engines.


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