The interior layout, fit and finish
Driving position and dashboard
Whatever size and shape you are, it’s unlikely you’ll have a problem with the Q2’s driving position. The steering wheel has a good range of up-and-down (and in-and-out) movement, and every model has powered adjustable lumbar support as standard.
The seat, especially in Sport trim models and above, supports your thighs and shoulders nicely, helping you stay comfortable on a long journey.
As we said at the start, all version come with powerful LED headlights, with adaptive Matrix versions (which can be left on mainbeam without dazzling other drivers) standard on Vorsprung trim and available as an option on S line and Black Edition models.
Sat nav and infotainment
The Q2 has one of the best infotainment systems of any small SUV. With its simple rotary controller between the front seats, and shortcut buttons by the gearlever, it’s far less distracting to use on the move than the touchscreen systems you’ll find in virtually every other Audi model.
All Q2s come with essentials such as a DAB radio, Bluetooth and a USB socket for charging your phone. Thanks to standard Apple Carplay and Android Auto, you can also 'mirror' some of your phone's apps – including Google Maps and Waze – to the 8.3in display in the middle of the dashboard. Stepping up to at least Sport trim also nets a built-in sat nav with online map updates (free for five years), Google Earth navigation, live traffic information, online media streaming and a Wi-Fi hotspot for up to eight mobile devices.