Spyshots: Facelifted 2013 Audi Q5 with Unnecessary Additional Headlights
Okay, the Ingolstadt automaker is definitely got us confuse here because there are two versions of facelifted 2013 Audi Q5. The one with white paintjob, and this one is the latest which not only the German carmaker changes the color, but also adds what we think very unnecessary additional headlights. Headlights? Yup… we really think that Audi is imitating the Land Rover or the Range Rover as they want their facelifted crossover to be some kind of explorer transportation.
Before we get too panicked, let’s see what the headlights on the facelifted 2013 Q5 actually are, shall we? Actually, besides the unnecessary headlights, our attention go straight to the undisguised hexagonal grille which means that it is what the German crossover will look like when it enters the production division. According autoevolution.com, the Ingolstadt carmaker won’t leave it that way as we are referring to the mid-cycle facelift and pretty much Audi will focus on the LED headlights.
This latest spyshot revealed that the facelifted 2013 Audi Q5 is offering very irresistible LED headlights and taillights with strip tape hiding the running lights at the bottom. With this crossover prototype out and about, it is very clear that the primary goal for this crossover is to compete with the BMW X3 and determine to expand the European market. Our aforementioned source hinted that the 2013 Q5 could be arrived at Paris Motor Show in September.