2010 ENCO Exclusive Audi Q5 review and pictures

Posted on Wednesday, 17 March 2010 , 09:03:18 byAngela

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ENCO Exclusive Audi Q5

German carmaker developed Audi developed the Q5 and it has been available on the German market since November 2008. Aftermarket specialists ENCO managed to create the most impressive Q5 interpretation to date. Chemnitz manufacture company developed the Q5 body kit and has as base the Q7 or to be more precise, the V12 TDi engine. This way, buyers can contact the ENCO team if they do not want to pay EUR130.000 for the top model or even if they just cannot have enough of the visual appearance of the Super SUV. The engineers installed a new hood with a sublime mid-section with two chrome air outlets alongside in arranged lengthwise in the driving direction. The modified rear is dominated in turn by a new skirt where we can find the oval end exhaust pipes from the V12 TDI, the perfect combination of optical elegance and sportiness. When it comes to finish of the updated body-work there is a body-colored spoiler above the rear windscreen. One of the highlights of the entire package is the new silver monoblock set of wheels designed by ENCO and that feature its seven drawn out and vaulted spokes in imposing 10x22-inch with 285/30 Pirelli Scorpion Zeros which can be painted in black or other colors on request. ENCO Exclusive specialists also improved the interior of this new compact SUV with carbon parts, but also only on request. This way, the original design elements mounted from factory were replaced. All these chanced transform the Q5 into a model capable of turning around some heads. The complete body-kit costs EUR1.130, mounting EUR1.190 and painting EUR1.488. The tuner asks for extra charge for painting set of wheels, EUR476 and for the carbon interior another EUR1.428. In the end, any buyer would be lucky to own it.