Audi Q4 e-tron


The pioneering electric drive of the Audi Q4 e-tron and the unmistakable design come together in Audi’s first compact fully electric SUV, in not one but two model styles. A powerful high fronted body, wide stance and large wheels suggest the strength of an SUV, while the large, enclosed single frame grille is a sure sign that it’s all electric. If you prefer something a little more aerodynamic, a dash of coupé is added with the sloping roofline of the Q4 Sportback e-tron.

The cockpit impresses with a new spacious dimension and pioneering solutions when it comes to operation, display and assist systems. With most of the controls contained within the touch screen multi-function steering wheel, the futuristic dash has a modern and minimalistic look.

Audi designers have created a new kind of cabin for the Q4 e-tron. The absence of a powertrain ‘tunnel’ along the middle adds more legroom. Even with its compact design, there’s up to 520 litres of luggage space increasing to 535 litres with the Q4 Sportback e-tron, plus clever stowage compartments that make it the ideal family all-rounder.

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The 35 e-tron has a 100kW DC charging capability and the 40 e-tron has 125kW, recharging from 5 - 80% in 38 minutes when using a public station. A domestic wallbox with a capacity of 7kW AC will allow you to recharge the battery overnight, achieving up to 520 km.

The models are packed with the latest Audi innovations. A new optional head-up display projects information seemingly on to the road. Another first is the optional SONOS premium sound system, standard equipment includes Audi Virtual cockpit; MMI Navigation plus with a 10.1” touch screen and steering wheel with touch-sensitive operation.

The Matrix LED units on the models with their 16 individually actuated LEDs not only offer enhanced and more precisely targeted illumination, but also feature variable digital light signatures that represent a world first for the brand: The driver can switch between four signatures via the MMI touch operating system.


The two model variants tackle the 0-62mph increment in 6.2 seconds and continue to a top speed of 111mph. The rear motor generates 150 kW (204 PS) and 310 Nm, and the front 80 kW (109 PS) and 162 Nm. In the interest of efficiency, the motor on the front axle is engaged only when high power or maximum traction are needed. Both motors keep reserves available for certain driving situations.

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