The Audi Q3 is the largest selling luxury SUV in India and this new addition will further strengthen the brand's dominance in the luxury SUV segment, the company said in a statement.
    
Commenting on the new launch, Audi India Head Joe King said: "With this new top of the line Audi Q3, we are further enhancing the appeal of one of the most successful SUVs in the Indian market. We are convinced that the Audi Q3 Dynamic will be a similar runaway success as the Audi Q3 in 2012 and will play a key role in our growth this year."
    
The Audi Q3 Dynamic is available for sale across all dealerships in India, the company added.

Audi recalls 70,000 cars over braking system problem

An Audi spokesman said that the recall affected the company's A4, the A5, the A5 Cabrio, the A6, the A7 and also the Q5 crossovers models built between March and December 2012.
    
The models were fitted with the 3.0 litre TDI turbo diesel engine.
    
The problem had been found within the brakes as the engine oil could enter the brake servo through the vacuum lines and make it rupture, causing failure, Audi explained.
    
This would eventually increase the stopping distance and pose a potential hazard to the driver, occupants and other road users.
    
The problem could be fixed relatively quickly and easily, the carmaker said.