Already developing a healthy 230 kW (313 hp) and 650 Nm of torque in factory form, the Level 1K Comfort package costs € 1,498 and involves a remapped ECU and mild boost increase to 0.15 bar which yields 254 kW (340 hp) and 720 Nm from the 3.0 BiTDI. For € 1,698 Level 1K Sport sees more boost, resulting in 272 kW (365 hp) and 750 Nm, while the Level 2 option, priced at € 4,950, includes high performance injectors and an uprated air intake and intercooler, making 295 kW (395 hp) and 800 Nm. For € 1,950, the stainless steel exhaust system adds around 4 kW (5 hp). Those changes see 100 km/h appear in 4.7 seconds (series 5.2s), 200 km/h in 19.4 s (22.5s), while the limited top speed climbs from 250 km/h to 270 km/h.
Visually the Crossover wears B&B’s new aero package, which comprises of a front fascia with larger air inlets, wheel arch extensions and a rear bumper apron with diffuser section and trapezoidal tailpipes. Sports springs lower the SQ5 by 30 mm, while the factory wheels have been superseded by 22-inch B10 alloys wearing 265/30 Michelin rubber.
[Source: B&B Automobiltechnik]