Audi have revealed updates to the Q3 range for 2017.
Main highlight is the introduction of the Q3 Black Edition. This will replace the existing S line Plus model.
The Q3 will be given a dash of black on many parts. The exterior see gloss black on the 19” alloys, wheel arch cappings, Single Frame grille, roof rails, rear spoiler and tailpipes. The interior sees Black Piano inlays.
As standard the Black Edition will come with metallic paint, privacy glass on the rear windows and a Bose sound system upgrade.
The Black Edition will be priced from £26,600 and the first batch will be with UK drivers by the end of this year.
Rest of the Q3 line-up sees tweaks to the model line up. Base starts with Sport (formally SE) which gets SD navigation as standard. S Line Navigation has been renamed to S Line Edition and gets standard features such as cruise control and the Audi Parking System Plus.
All Q3 models get Audi Music, Bluetooth, parking sensors, auto lights and wipers, dual-zone climate control, Concert audio system with DAB radio and a 6.5” colour display.
The tweaked Q3 will come with a TDI diesel (2.0 litre diesel with either 148bhp or 181bhp) and two TFSI petrol engines (1.4 litre TFSI or 2.0 litre TFSI with 148bhp and 177bhp). The more powerful TFSI and TDI engines get Quattro.
The new Q3 range will go on sale next week.