Exterior that is sick n slick
We were impressed with the Audi Q4 e-tron concept revealed last year, but now they’ve refined it with this new sportback that made its recent debut – sporty, dynamic, elegant – its significantly more elongated and streamlined. The distinctive fenders puts it inline with the design cues of its sister cars. The debuted vehicle in question has my favorite color on any car, a mix of gray and green that mixes and confuses the eye depending on which angle you see it. To push on power, the Audi Q4 Sportback e-tron runs on a big pair of shoes – 22s.
Simple yet crisp interior
Lots of legroom can be found as the wheel base and lack of transmission tunnel makes way. Alcantara leather gives it that touch of elegance, some nice bright and warm colors make it homey. The car hits home with sustainability, where the floor covering is entirely made of recycled materials – bravo Audi.
From the driver’s seat, there are three elements Audi focuses on that combine to create the intelligent driving experience:
- Audi Virtual Cockpit shows the most important information about the charge level of the electric car, speed and navigation.
- Heads-up Display with augmented reality can display graphical information blended directly into the course of the road.
- Touch Elements on the steering wheel and the center console control the infotainment system and vehicle functions
With powerful design, comes powerful performance
225 kilowatts of power come courtesy of two powerful electric motors are concealed in the Audi Q4 Sportback e-tron. SUV means this baby comes with quattro all-wheel drive, and also can go from 0 – 100 km.h in around 6.3 seconds across any driving condition. If I owned it (or its production version) it wouldn’t be for go, more for show. A decent amount of range can be pushed out of the concept, with approximately 450 km according to WLTP standards
Well, no details who gets it first, but deliveries of the production version will hit the streets in mid-2021