What do you think? It’s an Audi Q3, the company’s fifth best-selling car in the UK (after the A1, A3, Q2 and A4), with a lightly sportified body. For people who desperately want to keep their TT, but can’t because kids.  

The Q3 Sportback is marginally longer, lower and, weirdly, narrower than the car on which it’s based. It has a tiny bit less boot-space, and right now model-for-model costs around £1,150 more than the equivalent Q3. Think Porsche Cayenne Coupe, BMW X6 or Mercedes GLE/GLC Coupe – a less practical, more expensive, arguably more stylish and supposedly better-to-drive version of an existing family SUV.

The Q3S directly rivals the BMW X2, Range Rover Evoque, Jaguar E-Pace, and TG’s favourite small SUV, the Volvo XC40.