Audi has introduced the new version of the e-tron Q4 and e-tron Q4 Sportback, its latest electric SUVs.
This new version is expected to expand the company's electric vehicle line to a new and less expensive segment.
The original idea for the Audi e-tron Q4 was presented at Geneva Motor Show the 2019.
Audi has confirmed that the vehicle will be released "at the end of 2020".
This is an exciting new model that will have higher capabilities EV from the e-tron.
The e-tron Q4 is based on VW MEB platform, which will result in lower price and higher production capacity.
The new version took a little longer than originally planned to be released, but is now here at last.
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Last month, Audi unveiled the interior of the e-tron Q4 with many features and now reveals the complete electric vehicle.
He also unveiled the Audi e-tron Q4 Sportback.
At 4.588 mm (180.6 in), 1.865 mm wide (73.4 in) and 1.632 mm (64.3 in) high, the e-tron Q4 is about the same size as the Audi Q3.
Allows a range of "up to 520 km" with only one charging based on the WLTP cycle.
In terms of charging capacity, the e-tron Q4 can charge fast DC up to 125 kW and the carmaker says that under "ideal conditions", the battery can charge from (SOC) 5 to 80 percent in 38 minutes.
Audi says the e-tron Q4 will arrive in Europe in June 2021 and the Sportback version will be available a few months later.
In Germany, prices will start at 41.900 euros.
Unsurprisingly, the Sportback version has quite similar specifications to the regular e-tron Q4, as they share the same engine.
But it has a slightly better performance, thanks to the drag coefficient of 0,26 instead of 0,28. Audi says the Sportback version will cost 2.000 euros more than the regular version.