2013 Audi Q5 Facelifted Spotted Undergoing Testing

Spy Shots

Audi's hot-selling Q5 is due for its first major refresh.

Our spy photographers have just sent in some new photos of the Audi Q5 facelift, which is due to arrive for 2013. Unlike in some previous spy shots, this time we're able to get a close look at the updated interior. Even with all of that carpet-like covering, it's evidently clear that the overall dash layout will get a major refresh. We're also able to see the new hexagon grille along with the new front bumper that feature more chrome around the air intakes.

Updates to the engine lineup are also possible, but no offiical details have been announced. We also don't know when exactly plans to unveil the updated Q5, but our best guess as of now will be the Paris Motor Show next September.

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