New Audi Q4 e-tron crossover got two electric motorsMarch 5, 2019
Audi at the Geneva Motor Show revealedthe concept of an electric crossover called the Q4 e-tron. In the future, the new product will receive a serial version, which will be on the conveyor at the end of 2020. This will be the fifth Audi model with a fully electric powerplant.
Coupe-shaped crossover is built on the Volkswagen MEB platform. The length of the novelty is 4.59 m, and the width is 1.90. The size of the wheelbase is 2.77 meters. Thus, the production version of the “green” SUV will take place in its dimensions between the current Q2 and Q3 models. Audi said that the Q4 e-tron offers “an unprecedented level of comfort in the cabin, especially in terms of legroom, both front and rear.”
Two electric motors drive the car – one on each axle. The total capacity of the units – 302 horsepower. Without charging, the crossover can travel over 450 kilometers (using the WLTP cycle). Acceleration to 100 kmh of Q4 e-tron takes 6.3 seconds. The maximum speed is 180 km per hour. You can recharge the battery by 80% in just 30 minutes. The 82 kWh battery is located under the floor.
Coupe-shaped crossover received a large grille, extended wheel arches, LED optics, massive air intakes, as well as the inscription e-tron on the bumper and thresholds. Inside, we installed a digital dashboard in the style of the new Q3 and a large touchscreen display.
The standard version of the Q4 will stand on the conveyor before the electric vehicle. According to unofficial data, the crossover will borrow the motor range from Q3. In this case, the base engine for the car will be a 1.5-liter gasoline engine with a return of 150 horsepower. Also, customers will be offered a 2.0-liter gasoline unit. The engine will be available in two versions: with a return of 190 and 230 horsepower. In addition to them, the 2.0-liter diesel engine will be included in the range of engines.
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