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30 July 2021

Audi has introduced two new variants of its Audi Q4 E-tron electric SUV: a four-wheel-drive version of the standard car and a 'long-range' version of the Sportback. 

Pricing for UK customers hasn't yet been revealed, but in Germany the Q4 Sportback 40 E-tron costs €49,500 (£42,165) and the Q4 45 E-tron Quattro costs €50,900 (£43,360).

Audi says the Q4 Sportback 40 E-tron offers the longest range in its EV line-up, capable of returning up to 331 miles on a single charge. It’s powered by a 201bhp electric motor that drives the rear wheels. 

The Quattro model is driven by two electric motors for four-wheel drive, producing 261bhp with a 0-62mph time of 6.9sec and a top speed limited to 111mph.

It’s fitted with a 77kWh battery, and while range figures are yet to be fully confirmed, it’s expected to be capable of between 256 miles and 304 miles on a single charge. 

“The Q4 E-tron models are extremely versatile vehicles that are ideal for everyday use. In addition to a large amount of interior space, a high level of comfort and a range suitable for traveling long distances, drivers also benefit from rapid charging speeds,” said Audi. 

Both models are produced as net-zero carbon-emitters at the Volkswagen Group’s factory Zwickau, Germany.

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Exador 2 August 2021

Why do they persist with the fake grills on these things?

TS7 31 July 2021
Driven the three 'cousins' so far, ID.4, Enyaq iV, and Audi Q4. THere's not really enough 'special' about the Audi to differentiate from the others, and, for me, the Skoda wins on looks, and is ahead on practicality by dint of a larger boot. Still prefer the Ioniq V from Hyundai though, and I say that as a long time Audi loyalist.
Anton motorhead 31 July 2021
Nice car with a sensible range and solid badge appeal. It's also better looking than some of it's closest competitors. Now if only they can keep the price close to 42 grand I find it a very tempting proposition.