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Solid - Arkona white
There are pricier white paint options that have a little more pizzazz, but this free paint entry doesn't do the Q2 too many favours. It's just a little plain, but its neutral tone should be good news for residual values.
Solid - Brilliant black
Brilliant black is offered as a no-cost option on the two base Q2 trims. It has a solid finish and contrasting c pillar inserts that suit this little SUV well and give it an upmarket look. It hides dirt well and should be popular come resale time, although make sure you dry it properly after a wash as streaky drying marks are easy to spot.
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Metallic - Dew silver
If you're paying extra for paint you probably want to feel like you're getting your money's worth, but Dew Silver doesn't quite have that sparkle. It's another inoffensive colour that will do well on the second-hand market, though, and does suit the Q2's sophisticated presence.
Metallic - Floret silver
Floret Silver is available on the lower Technik and Sport trims, with the latter getting dark grey rear trim panels. It looks fine if a bit bland on this sporty little car, so look at some of the more interesting colour options before deciding on this one.
Metallic - Glacier white
The fancier cousin of the no-cost white, Glacier adds a metallic finish and looks a bit crisper too. You also get some contrasting side blades behind the rear side windows – ranging from light to dark grey depending on the trim level.
Metallic - Manhattan grey
Offered on the two lower trims, Manhattan grey makes the Q2 look sophisticated and posh. It’s dark, just one shade away from a pure black, and looks rather good on the Q2. It should also be easy to keep clean and is a popular colour amongst car buyers.
Metallic - Mythos black
Mythos black looks much like the no-cost Brilliant black option, but adds a metallic sparkle to the paintwork. It has contrasting c-pillar blades on the lower trims but is body coloured on the Black Edition range-topper.
Metallic - Navarra blue
This dark and luxurious-looking blue suits any trim level, and works well with both light and dark exterior detailing. It won’t show up dust easily and should be popular with both new and used car buyers.
Metallic - Progressive red
The Audi Q2 has a sporty feel and Progressive Red is a rich colour that really suits it. Paired with black trim and alloy wheels it looks pretty mean.
Pearl - Arrow Grey
Arrow grey is a lighter hue with just a touch of blue to differentiate it from lesser grey colours. The pearl effect finish also helps it stand out, although it will need regular washing to keep looking its best.
Pearl - Daytona grey
Daytona Grey is a dark colour that gives the Q2 a grown-up look. It is the same price as the regular metallics, although it is only offered on the top two trims. Grey shades are very popular with new and used car buyers, so this should help your residual value when you decide to sell it on.
Audi Exclusive - Custom
Really want to stand out from the crowd? Audi offers exclusive paint jobs that are much pricier than regular shades, but stand out because they are a beautiful, deep colour that you won't really see anywhere else.