Testing spotted a prototype electric Audi Q4 E-Tron SportbackDecember 1, 2020
Western publications have published photos from tests of the electric crossover Audi Q4 E-Tron Sportback. The prototype of the novelty was tested in the snow.
The Audi Q4 Sportback is not an important new model only for Audi. This crossover will be in many ways similar to many similar models of the German concern VW Group. New spy photos show that the premium brand’s all-electric crossover is still undergoing a series of tests, indicating its ongoing development. The novelty will go on sale next year.
The Q4 E-Tron Sportback is built on the VW Group MEB platform, which also underpins the Volkswagen ID.4 crossover.
The Q4 will be similar to all current Audi models, with a few features such as a geometric false grille, aerodynamic wheels and no exhaust pipes at all. However, the test car seen still resembles the original concept shown earlier. There have also been hints that Audi is allowing buyers to choose their own pattern of daytime running lights for the headlights.
Details of the electric crossover’s powerplant are still a mystery. Audi has provided a concept of the same name with two 301 hp electric motors. (224 kW). This is likely the layout Audi will use for the all-wheel-drive version of the crossover, as we expect Audi to offer a single-engine version of the model with rear-wheel drive as well. The single-engine version of the Q4 is expected to most likely be paired with an 82 kWh battery that provides a range of around 400 kilometers. It is unclear what range the twin-engined version of the car will offer.
Audi will unveil a regular version of the Q4 crossover before. how to show a more stylish Sportback, although we don’t know when that will happen.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that Audi has declassified the updated SQ5 Sportback. Audi has posted images and details of the updated SQ5 Sportback, which is aimed at the European market.
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