Market launch, engines and price: Q4 comes in June 2021
● Audi Q4 35 e-tron: Drive: rear wheel drive; Power: 125 kW (170 PS); Torque: 310 Nm; Acceleration 0-100 km / h: 8.5 s; Price: from 41,900 euros.
● Audi Q4 40 e-tron: Drive: rear wheel drive; Power: 150 kW (204 PS); Torque: 310 Nm; Acceleration 0-100 km / h: 9.0 s; Price: from 47,500 euros.
● Audi Q4 50 e-tron quattro: Drive: all-wheel drive; Power: 220 kW (299 PS); Torque: 460 Nm; Acceleration 0-100 km / h: 6.2 s; Price: from 52,900 euros.
Ranges of the Q4 e-tron according to WLTP: overview
Audi offers two battery packs for its Q4 e-tron. While the smaller battery theoretically with 55 kWh can come up, the large power storage comes on arithmetic 82 kWh. But neither of the two batteries can take that much power. The gross information differs for technical reasons from the actually usable net capacity. In everyday life, the Q4 e-tron is only able to carry 52 kWh or 77 kWh of electricity with it. What that means for the range with the different engines can be found here:
● Audi Q4 35 e-tron:
Battery size: 55 kWh gross (52 kWh net)
Range according to WLTP: 341 km (Sportback: 349 km)
Charging power: AC 7.4 kW / DC 100 kW.
● Audi Q4 40 e-tron:
Battery size: 82 kWh gross (77 kWh net)
Range according to WLTP with a large battery: 520 km (Sportback: not specified)
Charging power: AC 11 kW / DC 125 kW.
● Audi Q4 50 e-tron quattro:
Battery size: 82 kWh gross (77 kWh net)
Range according to WLTP with a large battery: 488 km (Sportback: 497 km)
Charging power: AC 11 kW / DC 125 kW;
Dimensions: Exactly between Enyaq and ID.4
The Audi is 4.59 meters long, 1.87 meters wide and 1.61 meters high. Together with the wheelbase of 2.76 meters, plenty of space in the interior is guaranteed on paper. The trunk swallows between 520 and 1490 liters. That’s the Ingolstadt slightly shorter than his corporate brother Skoda Enyaq iV, but a little longer than the VW ID.4.
● length: 4.59 meters
● width: 1.87 meters
● height: 1.61 meters
● wheelbase: 2.76 meters
● Trunk volume: 520 to 1490 liters (Sportback: 535 to 1460 liters)
First test: Out and about in the Audi Q4 e-tron prototype
Sportback: Q4 e-tron also comes as a coupé
In addition to the hatchback, Audi also offers the Q4 as a coupé-like Sportback. The two SUVs do not differ up to the B-pillar, but after that the roof of the sporty derivative falls off visibly. The rear ends in a two-part rear window that is separated by a spoiler. Unusual: With 535 liters of luggage space the Coupé even offers more space for luggage than the SUV in everyday use. Despite the steep sloping roofline, that is Space in the rear but still goodt. With a height of 1.80 meters, the Q4 e-tron Sportback is also fun in the second row on long journeys.
Optics: Q4 will be a typical e-tron
Even if Audi by and large uses VW group technology in the Q4, the Ingolstadt-based company is allowed to do so optically completely independent stay. Outwardly, the e-tron has nothing in common with its platform brothers and relies on the technical design approach known from Audi. As is typical for e-tron, the front remains closed and has a first Audi closed Audi rings. They host the Sensors and will probably also be found in this form in other models in the future. If you want to personalize your Audi, you have the option of the Change signature of daytime running lights.
Interior: first look into the Q4 e-tron cockpit
Connectivity: Q4 e-tron receives AR head-up display
Equipment: heat pump and progressive steering for the Q4 e-tron
Two dynamic packages can be ordered for all Q4 e-trons on request. The first package includes a Sports suspensionthat the Q4 around 15 millimeters lower lays. It also clearly focuses on sporty driving. For more spread in everyday life, there is also a plus version of the chassis Adjustable damping. The first dynamic package is in the S-Line Series. All e-trons with sports suspension also receive one Progressive steering. For better air conditioning of the interior on cold days, a optional heat pump. It uses the waste heat from the battery to heat the interior. On the one hand, this helps to shape the temperature management of the battery and ensures a longer range in winter, as no heater fan uses energy.