Audi is fully committed to e-mobility. The car manufacturer has introduced five fully electric models within roughly the last two years. At the same time, Audi electrified its combustion engines and made them future-proof using new technologies, marking the transition from pure combustion engines to electric mobility. Electric cars now need to be profitably scaled. To do so, Audi relies on four vehicle platforms, which generate group-wide synergies in development, procurement and production.
Electric, efficient and emotional – the new Audi Q4 e-tron is the first compact electric SUV from Audi. It offers a spacious new interior and stands out with its pioneering operational, display and driver assistance system solutions. The augmented reality head-up display combines the virtual world with the real world in a totally new way. Improved ranges of up to 520 km in WLTP mode and charging times of around 10 minutes for around 130 km, under ideal conditions are among its USP. SONOS is the vehicle’s new premium sound partner. The combination of artificial leather and Dinamica sustainable micro-fibre material is a new optional feature. Another option for the S line interior is the Puls upholstery, which is also available in combination with artificial leather. As with Dinamica, secondary raw materials are used here, too, such as PET bottles. The daytime running light represents an individual expression of the next stage of evolution. The driver can choose from among four digital light signatures in the MMI touch operating system at any time.