Audi Q4 e-tron debuts with specs & pricing
Audi has finally taken the wraps off its Q4 e-tron coupe/SUV based on the MEB platform. The luxury car is an upmarket alternative to the Skoda Enyaq iV and the Volkswagen ID.4 SUVs, with which it shares most of the tech.
Customers are invited to choose from three powertrains denoted as 35, 40, and 50. The Q4 35 e-tron is a rear-wheel-drive car with a single motor rated at 170 PS (168 hp / 125 kW) and 310 Nm (230 lb-ft). Its traction battery is limited to 52 kilowatt-hours and should be enough for 341 km (212 miles) of uninterrupted driving.
The Q4 40 e-tron is another RWD spec. It benefits from a stronger motor good for 204 PS (201 hp / 150 kW) and a larger battery rated at 77 kWh, which gives it 520 km (323 miles) of range.
Topping the line is the all-wheel-drive Q4 50 e-tron quattro armed with dual electric motors, 299 PS (295 hp / 220 kW) and 460 Nm (340 lb-ft) of torque. Its driving range is quoted as between 488 and 497 km (303–309 miles).
Standard features include a 10.25-inch digital dashboard and an advanced multimedia system with a slightly smaller display. You can pay extra for a larger 11.6-inch touchscreen. Another paid feature comes in the shape of a heads-up display with Augmented Reality support.
Prices start from €41,900 for the regular SUV, while the coupe/SUV variant costs around €2,000 more than that.
Editor Andrew Raspopov