The upcoming Audi Q4 e-tron is on its way and it will become the entry-level EV offering in Audi’s lineup. However, before it’s officially revealed, we get to take a look at a few more spy photos first. (We don’t own these photos but see ’em here)
While the Audi Q4 e-tron in these photos is covered in heavy camouflage, we can still make out enough details to make them worthwhile. For instance, we can see the angular shape of its headlights, similar to those found on the new Audi A3. We can also see the muscular lines of its rear wheel arches, giving it a sportier look than the standard e-tron. It also seems to have slim taillights but they’re obscured a bit by camouflage.
Of course, the camo obscures us from seeing the whole picture but, judging from these spy photos and the concept car, we have a pretty good idea of what it’s going to look like. Especially when you consider that almost all of Audi’s e-tron models end up looking almost identical to the concepts on which they’re based.
We also recently saw some spy photos of the interior and it looks like a handsome, if predictable, cabin. It has a similar interior layout to the Audi A3, which is to be expected, even if it’s a bit boring.
Audi has been mum on official technical details but it did release specs for the concept car and we don’t have any reason to believe those to be far from the truth. So expect something similar to an 82 kWh battery pack, providing 301 horsepower to two electric motors and a total range of around 280 miles. If all of that ends up being true, depending on pricing, the Audi Q4 e-tron could be an extremely attractive package for many buyers.