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The new optional LED fender lights on the Q6 Edge® 2.0 offer great benefits and features for increased visibility. With lighting mounted to the fender, above the drive tire on each side, fender lights help ensure that you can see and be seen.

Offered exclusively on the Q6 Edge 2.0, features include:
  • Slim-line fender integration for ultimate compactness and durability
  • Ultra-bright, long-life LEDs allow optimal user visibility at night
  • White front lighting and red rear tail lighting
  • Positioning of lights increases pedestrian visibility from a wide range of angles
  • Auto-turn-on or low-effort egg switch operation


Meet the Edge Team: Bryan Anderson

In October 2005, Bryan was injured by an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) that resulted in the loss of both of his legs and his left hand. As a result of his injuries, he was awarded a Purple Heart. Bryan received rehabilitation for a period of 13 months at Walter Reed Army Hospital. He is one of the few triple amputees to have survived his injuries in Iraq.

Education, advocacy & community involvement

Changing the way people perceive disabilities.

Education, advocacy and community involvement are essential in removing boundaries and changing the way people perceive disabilities. Pride actively participates in providing opportunities in these three important areas.