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Audi Q4-tron 2021

Audi Q4-tron 2021

Audi is preparing a compact crossover Q4 e-tron for luxury spotlights when it is launched in early 2021. In addition to the growing range of all-electric e-tron models, the Q4 will accompany the e-tron SUV and the futuristic e-tron GT sedan when it is launched. For sale at the end.

It will be the first Audi to use Volkswagen’s MEB electric platform. The Q4 e-Tron will take on other luxury small electric SUVs like the Tesla Model Y and Volvo XC40 Recharge when it goes on sale in 2021. An 82.0 kWh battery will offer a range of up to 280 miles. . Unlike the larger e-tron SUV, this smaller model will only seat four. The Fastback Q4 e-tron Sportback is also expected to be available and previewed by a concept car in July 2020.


Although pricing beyond the base model hasn’t been announced, based on other vehicles in the current Audi lineup, we expect the Prestige to be standard – which should come standard with heated massage seats, head-up display, adaptive cruise control, and track -Save Aid- She will be the one to buy even with the highest mark. A cold weather package for those who have to deal with winter weather would be a worthwhile option.

Engine, transmission and performance Audi


With an electric motor powering each axle, the all-wheel drive Q4 e-tron produces 300 horsepower. The result is a claimed 0-60 time of 6.3 seconds. That’s not as fast as the gasoline-powered Audi Q5 SUV, but it’s still active compared to other compact luxury crossovers. The adaptive suspension should keep the ride smooth, but since the Q4 e-tron is still a concept car, we didn’t get a chance to drive it to assess the ride and handling.

Audi range, charging and battery life

The Q4 e-tron’s 82.0 kWh battery pack has a target range of 280 miles. This is a pre-EPA test, so expect this number to change once the crossover is up for sale. The car supports charging up to 125 kW, and according to Audi, the state of charge can reach 80 percent in about 30 minutes.

fuel economy 

The EPA hasn’t released any fuel economy estimates for the Q4 e-tron, but we expect it to be competitive with other electric SUVs like the Jaguar I-Pace and Tesla Model X. Once we get the Q4 e-tron our test desk, We’ll continue our path to fuel economy on the 200-mile highway and update this story with the results.

Interior, comfort and cargo Audi


The interior design is a technological showcase for all the latest and greatest Audi gadgets . Standard digital display, and a large infotainment touchscreen that is angled towards the driver for easy access to its various menus and features. The Q4 e-tron concept consists of four seats, with front and rear bucket seats covered in faux suede and with brand detailing under the headrests. The interior should be about the same as the gas-powered Q5, which is pretty spacious for four adults and their cargo.

Information, entertainment and communication 

The Q4 e-tron will have the latest version of Audi’s MMI system, and we expect it to have two screens in the middle. The top screen will contain the usual navigation, media controls and smartphone connections; The screen below will contain the climate controls, quick access to frequently used features,

And a writing tablet that drivers can use to type letters and numbers instead of using an on-screen keyboard Expect a Wi-Fi hotspot and wireless charging for compatible smartphones.

Safety and driver assistance features

It’s too soon to get crash test ratings from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). But we expect the Q4 e-tron to have available driver assistance technology such as adaptive cruise control, lane keep assist,

And maybe even a self-parking mode like the e-tron SUV. Key security features will likely include:

 Standard Forward Collision Warning and Automatic Emergency Braking

 Standard blind spot monitoring and rear cross traffic alert

 Available adaptive cruise control

Warranty and maintenance coverage

We expect the Audi Q4 e-tron to have the same discreet Limited Warranty and powertrain as the larger e-tron SUV. Audi’s servicing free is less generous than what BMW, Jaguar and Volvo offer, but the e-tron’s electric components have been covered for a long period of time.

  The limited warranty covers four years or 50,000 miles

  The powertrain warranty covers four years or 50,000 miles

  Electrical components are covered for eight years or 100,000 miles

Free maintenance is covered for 1 year or 10,000 miles

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