Audi Q5 concept shown at VW fanboy convention

Audi Q5 concept shown at VW fanboy convention

Every year, Wörthersee in Austria plays host to the GTI meet, where VW and Audi fanboys come together from all over Europe. Audi has setup its own stand at this event. The brand’s appearance at the 28th Wörthersee Tour, running May 20-23 this year, is dedicated to the centennial “100 years of Audi” celebration. As a special highlight for the event at Wörthersee, Audi has prepared a customised Audi Q5 with 21-inch wheels, wider track, lowered ride height, a special paint finish and a tuned 3.0 TFSI engine, calling it the Audi Q5 custom concept.

Audi engineers prepared this “sporty” version of the Q5 crossover specially for the Wörthersee Tour. Compared to the production model, the track was widened by 90 mm and the ride height lowered by 60 mm. The power output of the retrofitted 3.0 TFSI V6 engine has been increased from 333 hp to 408 hp, allowing the Audi Q5 custom concept to theoretically accelerate from zero to 100 kph in 4.4 seconds with a top speed of 250 kph.

The interior has been left untouched, the exterior gets a random paintjob, the body extensions and a rear shopping-trolley spoiler as well as cheesy stickers on the doors. That’s about as original as this factory-tuner concept gets.

Keeping in mind that the 3.0L turbo engine isn’t even available on the small crossover, if the standard model interests you, visit the Audi Q5 buyer guide.

What do you think?



  1. nice looking car… 😀

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