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The 2.0-litre four-cylinder TFSI petrol engine in the facelifted Audi Q5 delivers 245bhp and 370Nm of torque. The Quattro all- wheel-drive system sends power to all four wheels via a seven- speed automatic transmission.
Hill descent control is another helpful feature, and when adaptive air suspension or damper control is enabled, a tilt angle indicator is included. On the screen, the indication displays the car's pitch and roll angles. This function was quite useful throughout the articulation because we were able to see precisely what was going on with the car and it handled all obstacles with ease.
The handbrake is not manual, but rather electric. So the Audi Q5 isn't actually capable of doing genuine donuts, despite our best efforts. The car was also rather comfortable throughout the experience, with neither the driver nor the passenger ever feeling as if we were off the road.
The Q5 is a capable on-road SUV, but it also offers all the equipment and support systems you'll need to get off the beaten path securely and confidently. If you want a car that can take you to work every day but also to the hills on weekends, this is the car for you.
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