Audi Q4 E-tron goes to final testsJuly 2, 2020
Audi introduced the Q4 e-tron concept at the Geneva Motor Show in 2019, and now we get an idea of the model that is being prepared for release.
Still “dressed” in heavy camouflage, the prototype has a wide radiator grill surrounded by LED headlights, as well as triangular air intakes and a wide opening from below. The windshield smoothly passes into a sloping roof. The model is equipped with aerodynamic wheels, has a dynamic profile and pronounced rear wings, such as in the concept. The rear has a protruding spoiler, thin LED lights and a fairly ordinary bumper.
Photographers could not get close enough to photograph the interior, but Audi had previously stated that the Q4 e-tron would offer “unexpected spaciousness and comfort.” In particular, the model will lack a transmission tunnel, which will help create an open and spacious cabin.
While Audi does not disclose details, but it is known that the Q4 e-tron will move on the MEB platform, which underlies Volkswagen ID.3 and ID.4. If the novelty fully follows the concept, you can count on a 82 kWh battery and two electric motors that give the model four-wheel drive, as well as a total power of 302 hp. Such a “filling” allowed the show car to accelerate from 0 to 100 km / h in 6.3 seconds and to a maximum speed of 180 km / h.
In terms of power reserve, a concept car could travel more than 450 km on a single charge in the WLTP cycle. Audi also said that the battery can be charged up to 80% of the charge in “just over 30 minutes.”
It is reported that the Q4 e-tron will be built at the Volkswagen factory in Zwickau, and its official debut is scheduled for the second half of this year. However, the coronavirus pandemic may slow down the premiere a bit.
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