The Audi Q4 e-tron can be booked online for 1,000 euros


Audi has officially opened reservations for the new Q4 e-tron 100% electric SUV. To book your copy you need to go to dedicated site and pay a deposit of 1000 euros.

In this way you will get a voucher with which you can go to a dealership to continue with the purchase. By booking it will thus be possible to be among the very first owners of the Q4.

The “electron” range widens

The Q4 e-tron joins the German brand’s ever-growing range of electric cars. Audi’s “electric” list also includes the Audi e-Tron, e-Tron Sportback and the Granturismo e-Tron GT. We also recently witnessed the introduction of the e-Tron S Sportback, the sportiest version of the German SUV (in our test we tell you how it drives).

The new medium SUV is produced at the carbon neutral certified plant in Zwickau and is built on the Volkswagen Group MEB modular floor. This architecture is developed exclusively for electric mobility and allows for important advantages in terms of habitability and autonomy. Speaking of space and size, the Q4 is 4.6 meters long.

The visual impact of the new Audi, anticipated by the spy photos of the past few months, is very similar to that of the concept presented at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show. new model.

Up to 500 km of autonomy

Like the exterior, the powertrain should also be borrowed from that of the prototype. For the occasion, the concept was equipped with an all-wheel drive system made possible by two electric motors with a total power of 306 hp.

The spirited performance (6.3 seconds for the 0-100 km / h shot of the concept) was combined with a range of about 450-500 km in the WLTP cycle thanks to a battery pack with a capacity of 82 kWh.

At the moment the official price of the Q4 has not yet been defined. However, the company speaks of “tailor made” purchasing solutions in terms of financial formulas and after sales services.

As an electric vehicle, Audi can also access state incentives. As for charging, the Audi e-tron Charging Service allows access to 200,000 charging stations in 26 European countries.


Source: Motor1.com Italia – News by it.motor1.com.

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