Where the Q5 lacks in speed (not really), the SQ5 adds a decent 80-plus more horsepower. A supercharged V6 engine houses 354 horses under the hood, enough for galloping you off the line like a good old fashioned Texas cavalcade. The chrome trimmed quad tailpipes are sure to garner some looks as you whiz by, and all the while you are in a crossover, not a compact sedan, coupe or sports car. You’ll have the option to choose from two expensive trim levels in this car, Premium Plus and Prestige trim levels, with rather nominal differences being offered; considering that the car already comes stacked with features that most cars never will offer. The standard package offers 20” wheels and sports-tuned brakes, with a factory lowered suspension, LED running lights, folding mirrors with auto-dimming and a sunroof. The power liftgate may come in handy, but is not the deal-maker. For the price, you’ll get plenty of speed and room for five passengers. Wagon and van lovers pay heed: this crossover means serious business, but will cost you for such fineries, indeed.