We are of course talking about the latest project, which targets Audi’s Q5, bringing style and performance to the middle child of the Q family. The company has specifically modified the 2.0-liter TDI version of the car, which has been boosted from average diesel to Golf GTI levels of power.
Thus, the model equipped with the S-tronic gearbox now has 213 horsepower and 445 Nm of torque, instead of 170 hp and 350 Nm in the stock form.
The extra power comes courtesy of some beefed up components, which include sports air filters, a new power transformer and a custom electrical accelerator. It also stops better, thanks to a set of 380 mm/6-piston caliper brakes.
The body of the Q5 now features a black NSW radiator grill, roof edging, rear bumper that is lacquered to match the color of the car and gas exhaustion pipes in the left and in the right. The car now sits on 22 inch wheels wrapped in Ultrac Sessanta SUV tires (size 265 / 35R22). The suspension has also been lowered to enhance the looks of the performer.
Inside, Senner has added carpets that feature the logo of Senner Tuning and are an exquisite color addition to the interior. Together with the arm pad between the seats, the covering of speedometer, door hands and the steering wheel are decorated in leather with orange stitching.