The upcoming Audi Q2 has again been teased ahead of its official debut at the Geneva motor show next week.
the car's roof, though the video was shot from high overhead so no specific styling details were given away.
Recent teaser images were posted on an official Audi blog and show the new car under a sheet. While not giving away the car's styling, the Q2's prominent front badge and grille can clearly be seen, alongside thin LED daytime running lights.
A previous teaser image also showed the Q7, Q5 and Q3 SUVs arranged in height order, with a 'reserved' place set aside for a new model, understood to be the Q2.
Spy shots have shown the Q2 in final winter testing ahead of its show debut, with the car expected to go on sale towards the end of this year.
Audi first confirmed the Q2 for production in 2013, and design work was completed by November 2014. It's been styled by Audi design boss Marc Lichte. The model was previewed previously as the Crosslane Coupé in 2012, but the design has moved on significantly since then.
Originally, the Q2 was set to be called the Q1, but in September last year, Autocar India confirmed that Audi had managed to secure rights to use the Q2 and Q4 names from Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. Speaking to Autocar India, former Audi R&D boss Ulrich Hackenberg said: "the production version will be called the Q2 and the Q1 will come later."
That leaves the door open for an even smaller crossover model, based on the A1 supermini, to arrive after the Q2. The Q2 itself will be smaller than the existing Q3, and will be underpinned by VW Group's MQB architecture.
The Q2 forms part of Audi's plan to launch several new SUVs to bolster its Q-badged line-up. Other models which form part of the plan include the Q8 and Q6.
Although heavily camouflaged, pictures of test mules have shown that the Q2 will feature a smaller interpretation of the Q7's front grille and front bumper design, and also uses slimline LED headlight clusters.
At the rear, the sloping roofline ends in a boot-mounted lip spoiler - much like the current A1 - and includes a chunky rear bumper. Body cladding will feature around the lower edges of the car.
The Q2 is understood to be similar in length, width and wheelbase to the three-door A3, which is 4237mm long and 1777mm tall, with a 2601mm wheelbase.
Inside, Audi could either model the five-seat cabin on the existing A1 or give the Q2 the same digital dashboard technology as found in the TT, A4 and Q7. It's known that Audi wants to use the digital dashboard technology on more of its vehicles, as it negates the need for a separate infotainment screen while also giving the car a premium look. The car will offer a raised-up seating position as expected in an SUV.