Audi is not disclosing prices for more expensive versions of its new SUV, however, yet. Those details will come near When the Q4 e-tron goes on sale by the end of this year.
The entry-level Q4 E-Tron will have rear-wheel-drive, not all-wheel drive, although more expensive versions will have all-wheel-drive.) The least expensive model will be able to go about 250 miles on a single charge. According to the German luxury brand. The base model’s electric motor will provide maximum output 201 horsepower. The more expensive all-wheel-drive variant, which will have electric motors at the front and rear of the vehicle, will be able to produce up to 295 million power.
The Q4 E-Tron will be available in two different body shapes, a regular crossover SUV and a Sportback version. The Sportback, which will only be available with all-wheel-drive, will have a more sloping rear end. Apart from beauty The difference is, this size also has slightly better aerodynamics.
In all-wheel-drive versions of the Q4 e-tron, the front motor will only be used in situations where more power or traction is required. Most of the time, the SUV will be driven by its rear wheels.
On the outside, the Q4 e-tron is slightly larger than the Audi Q3, the smallest SUV in the US that the Audi offers. Inside, though, Audi executives boast, the interior space is similar to the larger Audi Q5. Electric vehicles have more interior space than similarly sized gasoline cars. This is because electric motors are more compact than gas engines with similar power and electric vehicles do not require heavy transmissions with different gears.
Like other Audis and most other new vehicles, the Q4 e-tron will have specific daytime running lights. These are lights around the headlights. They remain to look at the vehicle more promptly during the day and provide a distinctive appearance. Unlike most vehicles, however, Audi Q4 e-tron drivers will be able to switch between four different patterns for daytime illumination.