Not too long to go before Audi unveils the all-new Q5 in Paris, and to continue the hype-building exercise, the company has released more two more video teasers of the SUV.

The first showcases the SUV’s optional matrix LED headlamps, which is already available on its other models like the A4. The smart headlamps are able to “see” vehicles in front and adjusts its highbeam light to ensure the road remains illuminated without blinding other drivers.

It will also tap in the car’s navigation system to gather data on when and where to automatically engage the highbeam. The adaptive capabilities of the system also allows it to light up a corner, as well as “cast a spotlight” on pedestrians and animals.

We are also shown the Q5’s taillights, revealing the dynamic turn signals, another common Audi piece of tech. Audi also appears keen to demonstrate that the Q5 is pretty capable at swallowing cargo, hinting at an increase in capacity (currently 540L). As you can see, the Q5 retains its 40:20:40 split-folding rear seats, perfect for the family person or shopaholics, as suggested in the video.

The new Q5 will ride on the same MLB Evo platform used for the A4 and Q7, and will likely receive the same powertrain options as the sedan. Aside from the usual TFSI petrol and TDI diesel versions, a plug-in hybrid option could possibly join the line-up later on.

In addition, the new architecture will likely see a significant reduction in weight despite its expected size gain. As for the exterior, the Q5 will adopt many cues from the larger Q7, featuring the company’s Singleframe grille and slimmer headlamp shape.

Production of the 2017 Audi Q5 will move away from Ingolstadt, Germany to the company’s new plant in San Jose Chiapa, Mexico. Audi says the plant will supply the world market, with the first vehicle set to drive off the production line as of late September.

GALLERY: 2017 Audi Q5 spyshots