Top-tier automakers are building some absolutely exceptional electric automobiles as fast-charging networks proliferate all over the world. People are shifting away from internal combustion engines and toward high-end, premium electric vehicles.
In the era of electrification, Audi continues to beef up its electric lineup while delivering premium luxury and aesthetics.
With its high performance and remarkable agility, Audi’s first-ever electric vehicle, the Audi e-Tron GT, is already breaking new ground. The Audi Q4 e-Tron, the brand’s second all-electric SUV, has now been shown.
The completely electrified engine will have a driving range of 250 miles per charge when it hits the roads.
This electric beast is set to take on the Volvo XC Recharge, Ford Mustang Mach-E, Volkswagen ID.4, and Tesla Model Y, among other tiny electric SUVs. However, this is why Audi has an advantage over the competition.
Amazing Exterior Design and Size
With its holistic aesthetic and ergonomically intense design, the Q4 e-Tron seduces youthful and open-minded individuals. The sporty Q4 e-Tron has been formed in the same way as the rest of the brand’s SUVs.
It has a rakish roofline and powerful haunches, similar to the e-Tron GT. Audi claims the premium car is nearly 15 feet long, 6 feet wide, and 5.4 feet tall.
Despite being marketed as a ‘compact SUV,’ it has a wheelbase that is most than likely comparable to a midsize SUV.
There are two models of the Audi Q4 e-Tron: the standard and Sportback. The Sportback variant has an inclined rear roof and pointed spoiler placement, whereas the regular model has a more squared-off rear end.
The Q4 e-Tron will undoubtedly narrow the size gap between the Q3 and Q5.
Audi has used the same MEB electric platform as the Volkswagen ID.4 and the Koda Enyaq in terms of electronics.
The EV has a base variant, the 40, which is powered by a single 201-horsepower electric motor that drives the rear wheels.
If you want more power, the Audi Q4 50 e-Tron is a good option. With the help of dual electric motors, one on each axle, the Q4 50 produces 295 horsepower.
In 6.2 seconds, this electric supersport accelerates from 0 to 60 mph. The Q4 e-Tron, according to Audi, can charge its battery to 80 percent in 30 minutes.
In comparison to other range crossovers, this is a pretty quick procedure. The fast-charging battery can charge at 125 kW from a DC source or 11 kW from an AC source.
The 82-kWh battery pack will power all Q4 e-Tron versions, according to the manufacturer. It’s difficult enough to deal with fast-moving cars on the highway.
The Q4 e-integrated Tron’s heat pump, which uses waste heat from high-voltage batteries, is another amazing feature.
In addition, the Q4 has a cooling mechanism that controls the battery’s thermal qualities.
Furthermore, when driving the Q4 e-Tron in colder locations, the cooling system regulates the cabin temperature automatically.
Fabulous Interior & Infotainment
With its carbon-neutral materials, the Audi Q4 e-Tron looks very dashing on the interior. Its unusual hexagonal steering wheel, with its flawless touch surfaces, has a striking appearance.
In comparison to the Audi Q5, the luxury SUV has slightly more space. The rider can keep track of driving information using the enlarged reality display.
The customary transmission hump is gone in the Q4 e-Tron EV, giving the rear middle passenger plenty of room.
The Audi Q4 e-Tron, the first Audi vehicle with an available augmented reality head-up display, has finally received the technology. The user-friendly virtual display smoothly integrates cutting-edge technology into the driving experience.
To control its outstanding entertainment and navigation, the Audi Q4 e-Tron is fitted with a 10.1-inch centrally mounted display.
The royalty will be provided with a full sound system from the renowned audio business Sonos.
From a safety standpoint, the Q4 e-Tron also includes driver-assistance technology including adaptive cruise control, lane-keeping assist, and automated emergency braking.
The Q4 e-Tron has an 18-cubic-foot cargo compartment behind the second-row seat, thanks to Audi’s clever packing. When the back seats are folded down, the cargo area expands to 52.6 cubic feet.