Audi’s entry-level SUV, the Q2. On sale since 2016, with a light facelift in 2020, the Q2 is an oddity for Audi – and one that won’t be replaced when it finally goes off sale, which the company admitted in 2022. It was intended for all those lifestyle people who like to do things like windsurfing or skydiving, but in reality is bought by small families who have been tricked into thinking that something with SUV pretensions is bigger than it really is. It’s chunkier than an Audi A1 or A3, but in reality it’s a little further from the ground and not much else. So you’re paying for the aesthetic rather than a looming presence over other road users. The Q3 and Q5 resemble what we’ve now come to know as ‘SUVs’; we’d argue the Q2’s a little too meek in stature to fully qualify. Think of it as an A1.5 Allroad.
Audi Q2 Europe Sales Data & Charts
Annual sales figures for the Audi Q2 in Europe.
Europe Annual Sales
Europe Annual Growth
Audi Q2L China Sales Data & Charts
Annual sales figures for the Audi Q2L in China. These statistics also include sales figures for the Audi Q2L e-tron EV in China, which was launched in November 2019. Total sales for 2019 (2 months of sales) were 1,834 or 20.3% of total Q2L sales in China for those two months.