The SQ5 TDI represents the first S model from Audi powered by a diesel engine.
Special paint, aluminum-look mirrors part of “exclusive concept” package.
This month’s Paris auto show will mark the debut of a new range-topping Audi Q5 powered by a performance-driven 313-hp diesel engine.
In addition to the new SQ5 bowing, the auto maker will offer a limited-edition model, dubbed the SQ5 “exclusive concept,” which comes by way of Audi’s quattro arm. It will hit the market in first-quarter 2013 and be limited to a production run of only 50 units. Prices will start at €92,000 ($121,000) in Germany.
The standard SQ5 TDI, which represents the first S model from Audi powered by a diesel engine, will start at €58,500 ($76,900) in Germany.
The “exclusive concept” version features special Aral Blue paint with aluminum-look side mirrors, xenon headlamps and quad exhausts.
The inside is accented with black, woven-leather seats and snow-white door trim and Alcantara headliner.