Just a few days after the presentation of the Q4 e-tron, Audi is already opening the order book for its first 100% electric compact SUV. On the French market, prices start at € 42,800.
Audi is wasting no time with its Q4 e-tron. Just days after unveiling his first 100% electric compact SUV, the German manufacturer is already opening its order book. As announced during the presentation in mid-April, prices start at € 42,800 on the French market.
Two versions are available at launch : the Q4 35 e-tron and the Q4 40 e-tron. Both models have a single motor that drives the rear wheels. They develop 170 and 204 hp respectively, for 310 Nm of torque.
The “35” version also includes a 52 kWh battery for an announced range of 336 km, while the Q4 40 e-tron benefits from a 77 kWh battery which will allow it to travel up to 513 km (WLTP cycle).
Variant Q4 50 e-tron quattro equipped with two blocks and a 77 kWh battery (299 hp, 460 Nm, 0 to 100 in 6.2 seconds, 180 km / h at maximum speed and 488 km of autonomy) will complete the range later.
As standard or optional depending on the version, the brand with the rings offers an augmented reality head-up display, an MMI Pro infotainment system with Audi virtual cockpit and new Audi connect services, such as navigation with Google Earth. .
When it comes to prices, count from € 42,800 for the Q4 35 e-tron and € 48,700 for the Q4 40 e-tron (ecological bonus not deducted). The first deliveries and the arrival at the dealership of the Audi Q4 e-tron are scheduled for the beginning of July. A coupe version dubbed “Sportback” and billed for around € 2,000 extra will follow at the end of the summer.
In the meantime, discover or rediscover the Audi Q4 e-tron in video.
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