Audi presented a concept Q4 e-tron at the Geneva motor show in 2019, and now we get an idea of the upcoming production model.
Still “dressed” in heavy camouflage, the prototype has a wide radiator grille surrounded by led headlights and triangular air intakes and a wide opening at the bottom.
Windshield smoothly into the sloping roof. The model is equipped with aerodynamic wheels, has a dynamic profile and pronounced rear wings like in the concept. The back has a protruding spoiler, slim led lights and a pretty common bumper.
Photospin are unable to get close enough to photograph the interior, but Audi has previously stated that Q4 e-tron will offer an “unexpected roominess and comfort.” In particular, the model would be absent the transmission tunnel that will help to create an open and spacious cabin.
While Audi did not disclose details, but we know that Q4 e-tron will travel on the platform of the MEB, which is the basis of Volkswagen ID.3 and ID.4. If the novelty of the concept should be, you can count on battery power 82 kWh and two electric motors which give the model all-wheel drive, as well as the total power of 302 HP, This “filling” allowed the show car to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 6.3 seconds and to a top speed of 180 km/h.
From the point of view of the reserve concept car could drive over 450 km on a single charge in a cycle WLTP. Audi also said that the battery can be recharged to 80% of the charge for “a little more than 30 minutes.”
It is reported that Q4 e-tron will be built at the Volkswagen plant in Zwickau, and his official debut is scheduled for the second half of this year. However, the pandemic coronavirus may slightly slow down premiere.