Typically when we see renders of cars that have never been announced or confirmed, the render looks unusual and too imaginative to be real. However, this new render of an Audi RS Q2, based on the brand’s newest Q2 crossover, something that Audi has never claimed to be making, looks very good and like it could be the real thing eventually.
We’ve seen X-Tomi renders before and shown them quite a bit, as they’re usually quite good and this one is no different. The render is simple, but realistic and accurately represents what an Audi RS Q2 might look like if it does eventually exist. It’s clearly lowered quite a bit, ridding itself of its somewhat rugged persona that Audi has been advertising, and it has larger air inlets in the front as well as Quattro written on the lower front bumper. It’s also wearing larger, more aggressive wheels that looks very good on the Q2.
Audi hasn’t mentioned anything about an RS Q2, but it is certainly within the realm of possibility. Audi has done crazier things before, so an RS Q2 isn’t that far-fetched. Such a car would likely use the same 2.5 liter turbocharged I5 engine that’s used in the RS3 and TT RS, which would produce around 370 hp and be mated to Audi’s seven-speed S-Tronic gearbox. That, powering all four wheels, would make one helluva fun little crossover and one we hope Audi decides to make. And if it does, hopefully it looks like this.