Audi Q5 by Senner Tuning

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It seems that there’s no stopping Benno Senner, president of Senner Tuning AG, and his team in Ingelheim when it comes to tweaking Audi models. This time they’ve reworked the Q5 SUV.

Senner focused on the 2.0L TDI model, adding a sports air filter and reworking the engine management system increasing output from 170 hp to 213 hp. The braking system is also upgraded thanks to six-piston Brembo calipers gripping 380 mm discs. A new sports exhaust also helps matters, as does the fitment of a power converter which removes the delay associated with fly-by-wire accelerator systems.

Externally, Senner has kept things relatively subtle with a little colour-coding and a black radiator grille from NSW. The wheels are 10×22 inch Corniche Monza items in a Diamond Black finish.

The interior is finished in two-tone leather, with items such as the speedometer, screen frame and arm pad all receiving a coating of hide with contrasting orange stitching. The centre console gets a carbon trim piece, while the new floor mats bear the Senner logo.

[Source: Senner/Miranda]




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