TBH., doesn't look that different or much sportier or sleeker than the normal one, not sure the world needs two Q3s, when very obviously there is a Q4 missing room the naming scheme and will certainly arrive; If that had just been the new Q3, it would had been at least different enough from the first one...
I think it definitely looks different to the standard Q3 and I prefer this, but I really doubt that we need essentially two different variants of the same car with a different rear. This is running a bit rampant in the VW Group lately.
Terrible looking. The face is garish like a Lexus. The side is terrible with the fender curves forced onto an angular design. The tail is nearly as overdone/messy as a Civic. This is the best Marc Lichte can do? The design feels phoned in like Audi wasn't even trying to produce a captivating car.
This should be the standard Q3 as this stands out a lot more it the segment (which is something you have to do).
I agree; It would have also helped in the not that huge gap between the Audi Q2 and Q5; A sit is, there are quite a lot of compact to mid sized CUVs without a 7 seat option there, not to metion the ton of competition;