It seems as if Audi is going to be debuting the upcoming Q4 Sportback e-tron Concept on July 7, according to this YouTube reminder. In the thumbnail photo for the video, we see a glimpse of the upcoming Audi Q4 Sportback e-tron Concept (the Germans really have to start shortening their car names), including its headlight design and part of its grille.
Part of the caption for this video reminder says that the Audi Q4 Sportback e-tron Concept will premiere on July 7, which is only a few days away. What’s interesting is that this is yet another Q4 Concept, as there’s already been a Q4 Concept. We’re assuming this one is going to be much closer to production than the previous one, though, if the e-tron GT Concept is anything to go by.
Plus, from what we can see in this teaser, the Q4 Sportback e-tron Concept looks relatively production-ready. It has normal, and very cool, looking headlights that look very similar to the rest of the headlights in Audi’s current lineup. It also has normal looking side mirrors and a grille that seemingly matches the rest of Audi’s e-tron models.
We’re very interested to see what this Audi Q4 Sportback e-tron is going to be like when it finally hits production. Audi is in serious need of an affordable EV, as the biggest problem with its current crop of electric SUVs is that they’re just too expensive. Sure, the e-tron is great but it’s nearly $80,000 for a mildly optioned one and most customers don’t want to spend that kind of money on an EV that can barely reach 200 miles of range.
So this Audi Q4 could be the very car the brand needs most, depending on what it ends up being, how much it ends up costing and how far it can go on a single charge.