Audi Q4 e-tron 2022: The all new Q4 e-tron is best in the market and this model is one of the best Audi cars in electric segment. The Audi cars is famous for its branding and sports premium look and this model have all of them. The Q4 e-tron, as the name suggests, sits between the Q3 and Q5 in the SUV lineup and is the company’s smallest all-electric model. The only other Audi EVs currently on the market are the Q8 e-tron large SUV and the e-tron GT sports saloon, though the medium-sized Q6 e-tron is set to arrive in 2023. Read this article for more detailed information about specs models and pricing of Audi Q4 e-tron.
Tech Specs of Audi Q4 e-tron
|Model tested||Audi Q4 Sportback e-tron 40 S line|
|Irish pricing||Q4 Sportback e-tron from €51,700 after incentives; €70,832 as tested|
|Electric system||electric motor on rear axle plus 77kWh (usable) lithium-ion battery pack|
|Transmission||single-speed automatic, rear-wheel drive|
|Body style||five-door, five-seat SUV|
|Irish motor tax||€120 per annum|
|Maximum charging capacity||135kW|
|Charging port type||CCS Combo on rear wing|
|Boot space||520-1,490 litres|
|Towing||up to 1,000kg braked trailer on 12 per cent gradient|
Audi Q4 e-tron Price
Premium $51,095 Sportback Premium $53,895 Premium Plus $55,195 Sportback Premium Plus $57,995 Prestige $58,695 Sportback Prestige $61,495
Audi Q4 e-tron Engine
The all-wheel drive Q4 e-tron and Q4 e-tron Sportback produce 295 horsepower thanks to an electric motor on each axle. As a result, the claimed zero-to-60-second time is 6.2 seconds. That’s not as quick as the gasoline-powered Audi Q5 SUV, but it’s still quick when compared to other compact luxury crossovers powered by gasoline. Around town, the Q4’s powertrain is more than adequate, even if its initial burst is more muffled than rival SUVs like the Model Y and the XC40. However, at higher speeds, such as when passing on the highway, the Q4’s powertrain feels more sluggish.
Around town, the Q4 e-tron 50’s powertrain is more than adequate, even if its initial thrust is less powerful than rival SUVs like the Model Y and the XC40. However, at higher speeds, such as when passing on the highway, the powertrain feels more sluggish. The Q4 e-tron 50 reached 60 mph in 5.6 seconds during testing. The Q4 e-tron has good road manners; the ride is smooth, and the Audi feels agile thanks to a small turning radius. We wouldn’t call it fun, though, because the SUV feels quite heavy in corners and the steering feels artificial.
Technologically advanced cabin, smooth ride, and adequate driving range.
Artificial steering feel, slower charging than some competitors, and a powertrain that feels poky at highway speeds.
The Q4 e-tron is designed to make the transition to an EV as easy as possible for Audi drivers.
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