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The Audi Q5 provides the versatility of an SUV with the driving characteristics of a sport sedan, with the goal of being the sportiest in its class. The Q5 is powered by either a 211-hp 2.0T four-cylinder or a 3.2-liter FSI V6 engine, the 2.0T gets an eight-speed Tiptronic automatic, while the 3.2 is bolted to a six-speed Tiptronic automatic. Audi's quattro all-wheel drive system provides surefootedness in all conditions. Standard features the 2.0T include 12-way power heated front seats, aluminum trim, 10-speaker DSP sound system, leather seating, LED rear lights, 18-inch alloy wheels, a trip computer, SIRIUS satellite radio, tri-zone climate control. The 3.2 adds 19-inch wheels, S line styling, Bluetooth, panorama sunroof, bi-xenon headlights with LED DRL's, and a memory driver seat. Standard safety features include anti-lock brakes with brake assist, electronic stability control, five seatbelt pretensioners and six airbags. For 2011, a new 2.0T four-cylinder engine is the big news, some standard equipment changes have been made, and some new colors are available.