The Audi Q4 Sportback e-tron is a crossover that is fully electric. It comes with two electric motors producing 225 kW of power, as well as Quattro all-wheel-drive, meaning the sizable family car can launch from 0-62 MPH in 6.3 seconds and continue on to 111 MPH.
In Quattro form, the Sportback will offer a range of 279.6 miles, while rear-wheel-drive variants will deliver up to 310.7 miles of range. The car is tech-heavy, too, with equipment such as an augmented reality head-up display found inside the cabin which will overlay directional arrows over the road in front of you.
Styling is typical of Audi’s contemporary minimalist approach. As a result, the front is large, softly angled, and centered around a futuristic grille. The body swoops around to the back in true crossover style, leading the eye to an interesting rear end that sports an e-tron-branded diffuser that uses the letters as a secondary light, as well as a rear light bar that wraps around the tailgate.
Huge 22-inch wheels, an aerodynamically-placed rear spoiler, sharp headlights, and equally angular wing mirrors give the Q4 Sportback e-tron a sportier look in comparison to its SUV cousin. Take a look at the Audi Q4 Sportback e-tron in the gallery above, and expect more information to come closer to its official release in 2021.
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