Audi’s new Q3 will be priced between £24,560 and £31,360 when it goes on sale in the UK in November.
Order books will open in June and customers will be able to choose from two 2.0-litre petrol (in 168bhp and 209bhp guises) and two 2.0-litre diesel engines (in 138bhp and 176bhp guises).
The third Q-model in the series will be the first Audi SUV to offer a 54.3mpg front-wheel-drive variant in the form of the lower powered diesel, which will arrive a month after launch in December.
All other engines will be linked to quattro all-wheel-drive.
The Q3 will be offered in SE and S line trims.
SE includes 17-inch alloy wheels, contrasting exterior trim, chrome window trims, aluminium roof rails and rear parking sensors, and inside dual-zone climate control, a concert audio system with 6.5-inch manually retractable colour display screen, Bluetooth interface, Audi Music Interface iPod connection and light and rain sensors.
For a premium of £2,750, the Q3 can be upgraded to the S line specification, which includes 18-inch alloy wheels, S line exterior and interior styling enhancements, and xenon headlamps with LED daytime running lamps and LED rear tail lights.
Options include ‘steerable beam’ adaptive light technology for the xenon plus headlights, hard drive-based navigation system with seven-inch colour screen and 3D mapping and the side assist blind spot warning and lane assist lane departure warning driver aids.
Other options include a luggage compartment package, a front-passenger seat with a folding seat back, a reversible loadliner, a reversible mat, a load sill protector made of stainless steel, a load-through hatch in the rear seat backrest and a ski bag.