Designed to draw you in. Introducing the all-new Audi Q5 Sportback. Its coupe-inspired, sweeping roofline pulls your eye along its elegant exterior and athletic posture that hints at the power within.
This wouldn’t be an Audi if it didn’t deliver exhilarating performance—and with a best-in-class 0-60 mph time of 5.7 seconds, the Q5 Sportback does not disappoint. Its TFSI engine produces 273 lb-ft of torque to help achieve its brisk acceleration.
The dynamic performance within the Q5 Sportback comes from its 2.0L TFSI engine. It is coupled with a 12v mild-hybrid system (MHEV) to increase the powertrains overall efficiency, while the combustion engine produces the power needed for a thrilling ride.
Whatever terrain you’re on, our legendary quattro® all-wheel drive system with ultra® technology can help you tackle it. Optimizing performance and efficiency, ultra® technology predictively and proactively modifies torque distribution of the quattro® all-wheel drive system, helping the Q5 Sportback stick to the road for a truly gripping experience.
Easily navigate through the 10.1" MMI touch display with either your finger or the sound of your voice while driving. The bright MMI touchscreen lets you view navigation directions, key driving and contact information, on-board entertainment, and more—all with ease.
The available Bang & Olufsen® 3D sound system provides exceptional, multidimensional acoustics and features 19 speakers, 16-channel amplifier and 755 watts of power. Add to that LED accent lighting and optimal speaker placement for an incredible sensorial experience.
Engineered to help make parking easier, the Park assist feature can help identify a parallel or perpendicular parking spot and steer the vehicle into the space. The driver is responsible for throttle, braking and gear changes while the steering is performed by the system.
Standard on Premium Plus and Prestige trims, adaptive cruise control enhances comfort, particularly on long journeys, by assisting the driver with acceleration and braking—plus maintaining speed and following distance—and keeping the car in its lane at highway speeds and during traffic-jam situations.