Audi Q3, which will be produced at SEAT's Martorell, Spain facility, is still an enigma for most of us, especially when talking about the way the car is going to look like. Although the model is believed to be based on the Cross Coupe quattro concept, nobody knows for sure which of the features seen on the concept will actually make it to the production version. However, here are the first computer generated images (CGIs) giving us a glimpse into how the future model might look like.
The Q3 will be the third model belonging to Audi and joining the Q series, following the Q7 - whose facelift was recently represented at the Shanghai Auto Show, and the Q5 launched last year and manufactured in Ingolstadt, Germany.
Judging by the rumors, the Q3 will come in a choice of several engine options, starting with a 2.0-liter unit - just like the one currently available on the Volkswagen Golf - and ending with the top-of-the-range 3.6-liter V6 to generate up to 280 horsepower. Obviously, the car will be most likely offered with four-wheel drive, but a front-wheel drive system will probably become available as standard.
The coupe-like five-door car will compete against BMW's newly-released X1. The Spanish production facility will manufacture up to 80,000 cars per year, with the German automaker to invest approximately 300 million euros for the production of this particular model.
Still, all the aforementioned details are now in the very early rumor stage so we're now expecting for some official specs coming from the German manufacturer. Further details are likely to surface soon as the public revealing of the Q3 might take place at the Frankfurt Auto Show.