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All four windows have the auto up/down feature.The Q50 features not one but two LCD touchscreen displays: An 8-inch upper screen and another 7-inch lower screen that display audio and climate control information among other features that bring your digital life into the car in an intuitive system.What really matters is how it drives, so I pushed a button to unfold the power mirrors with LED indicators (yes it has those too) slid the car in drive and released the parking brake.The Q50 glided forward silently out of its parking spot, so silently in fact that I had to check to make sure the engine was in fact turned on and the car wasn't simply rolling. I floored the throttle and the car pounced, POUNCED! That shouldn't be a big deal, but this car weighs nearly 1,650 kilograms, and is powered by a four-cylinder 2.0-liter engine. The car also feels much more agile than its size, which is slightly bigger than a 3-Series BMW, would suggest.
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