Audi unveiled the Q5 facelift at the end of June, but it’s only now the German configurator has been updated to swap out the old model. While all the official images so far have shown the midsize luxury crossover in the S Line specification with a District Green paint, we can finally check out different trim levels, colors, and alloy wheel designs.
In the gallery attached below, you can observe everything from the base model all the way up to the range-topping Edition One, each finished in different colors and fitted with wheels of various sizes and styles. Regardless of the one you pick from the German configurator, all come in the 40 TDI Quattro S Tronic specification with the 2.0-liter diesel engine, all-wheel drive, and the automatic transmission.
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The S Line model pictured here is finished in Turbo Blue as the other new colors introduced with the mid-cycle facelift, alongside the aforementioned District Green shade and priced at the same €877,31. It also has the most expensive wheels available for the Q5, a 21-inch Audi Sport set available for a pricey €2,817.
We also had a look at the entry-level variant with the smaller 17-inch wheels and the free-of-charge Brilliant Black as we were curious to see what the cheapest 2021 Q5 gets you. It costs around €47,800 in Germany, although that price should go down once gasoline versions will be added together with front-wheel drive.
The 2021 Audi Q5 will go on sale this fall and the lineup will include an Edition One, which you can see here with the matrix LED headlights and OLED taillights – both representing novelties that debuted with the facelift.
Note: You can access the German configurator at this link.