The Audi Q5 has been spotted testing its mid-cycle refresh.
Audi has begun cold-weather testing their 2013 Q5. The crossover has received its mid-cycle refresh and the prototype spotted here shows that the German automaker is making some serious progress. The Q5 crossover is expected to usher in a new hexagonal grille and the lower part of the front fascia depicts styling similar to the newer S-line models, such as the new Audi A4 and the A6. The test mule seen here is still wearing the same headlights as the pre-facelift model, but those are sure to change.
The interior will feature some new gadgetry. The latest version of MMI, complete with Audi Connect and Google Maps, should be installed as standard. For U.S. customers, they can order the Q5 with a pair of new drivetrains, namely the 2.0 TFSI Hybrid and the 3.0 TDI diesel.