This US review has been going around in syndication for the past couple of weeks. There's nothing that probative in the review, but I do like the first two paragraphs:
2014 SQ5 elicits the power of why not
I'm both terrified and fascinated by the type of person interested in buying the new 2014 Audi SQ5. In short, I think I want to be your new best friend.
Not only because prospective buyers for Audi's new super-fast, low-slung, 5-seater crossover would be the type of people who spend sports car money on family vehicles. But also because I think they would be people who would happily do so. For nearly $52,000 to start, the Audi SQ5 is the automotive equivalent of a deck-mounted potato gun or backyard trampoline with a nearby staircase to the highest point on the nearest roof. Adult supervision required, and even then, I'm not so sure SQ5 owners qualify as adults.