The New Audi Q5 is equipped with the latest generation of Audi quattro® full-time four-wheel drive system. Under normal conditions,its mechanical structure transmits 60% of the engine’s power to the rear wheels, and the vector torque control system can re-allocate the power and torque without delay, transmitting the power to each wheel in an efficient way. Under extreme conditions, it either transmits up to 70% energy to the front wheels or up to 80% energy to the rear wheels. In addition , this system can effectively protect your car from skidding.
8-speed tiptronic transmission, unremitting power and fun
The New Audi Q5 is equipped with an 8-speed tiptronic transmission, which integrates the sportiness of the manual transmission and the smoothness of the automatic transmission. The tiptronic transmission allows the driver to move the shift lever to the second shift gear, thus offering you more exciting experience than automatic mode does. You can also slow up so as to enhance the braking performance of the engine when the car is running on a winding mountain road, or turn on the sport driving mode. All tiptronic transmissions are all programmed with DSP (Dynamic Shifting Process) which can automatically choose the optimal gear. It can also automatically detect the driving state and adjusts gear strategies based on real conditions and your driving styles, bringing you unremitting power and fun.
The electromechanical power steering system， flexibility and stability
The new Audi Q5 is equipped with the electromechanical power steering system. When the car is traveling in a straight line, the system does not consume any energy, reducing the fuel consumption by about 0.2L/100km. You can also select to install the advanced dynamic steering system, which is so amazing that it was granted with "Electromechanical Innovation Award" by the German Association of Engineers (VDI). The system can greatly improve the flexibility of the steering and strengthen the dynamic driving experience to ensure the outstanding manipulation stability.