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Audi Q2 Goes Touchy-Feely: Ditches Buttons for Screens in Tech Overhaul!

In a move that screams “out with the old, in with the new,” Audi has jazzed up its Q2 line with a tech makeover that’s all about touchscreens and digital displays. Get ready for the Audi Q2’s mid-2024 update, where buttons are so yesterday and screens are the new black.

Starting immediately, every new Audi Q2 will boast an Audi virtual cockpit and an 8.8-inch touchscreen, sending the old rotary/push button packing. With a base price of 28,600 euros (INR 25.67 lakh), it’s like getting a smartphone on wheels.

Audi’s not just stopping at screens; they’re throwing in voice control to sweeten the deal. The Audi Q2’s infotainment system gets a major facelift with new software and hardware across all models. Now, every Q2 will come standard with an 8.8-inch MMI touch display and a 12.3-inch instrument display, all controlled by either your touch or your voice. Plus, they’re adding safety features like traffic sign recognition and lane departure warning because, well, safety first.

Audi’s not holding back with its virtual cockpit, now a standard feature in all Q2 models. This fully digital, customizable cockpit with a full HD display offers different views and designs, depending on your mood or maybe your outfit.

The new MMI touch display in the Audi Q2 isn’t just bigger; it’s smarter. With high responsiveness and a resolution to make your photos jealous, it also listens and responds to your voice commands. And, if you miss the old rotary/push button, there’s a storage compartment in its place – because storage is always in vogue.

Audi’s making sure you’re always in the loop with the MMI Radio and Audi Connect services included as standard. Want more? Opt for MMI Navigation plus, and get traffic info, parking tips, online radio, and more, all updated monthly for 36 months.

For audiophiles, the Sonos premium sound system in the Audi Q2 is like a concert hall on the go. And the Audi phone box? It not only integrates your smartphone into the MMI but also boosts your phone signal to 5G/LTE levels.

Mark your calendars for the first half of 2024. That’s when the new and improved Audi Q2, starting at 28,600 euros (INR 25.67 lakh), rolls out in Germany. Manufactured at Audi’s main plant in Ingolstadt, it’s set to turn heads and touchscreens.

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