Audi has revealed the Q4 Sportback e-tron in concept form ahead of a production model hitting the market in 2021.
Built on the MEB platform, the Q4 Sportback e-tron measures in at 4600mm long and 1600mm heigh which makes it 10mm longer and 10mm lower than the Q4 e-tron SUV that was revealed last year.
The all-wheel drive set-up uses an 82kWh battery to power two electric motors – 75kW/150Nm at the front and 150kW/310Nm at the rear – for total outputs of 225kW/460Nm.
When fully charged, a driving range of 450km is possible (WLTP cycle), while the 0-100km/h sprint takes 6.3 seconds.
The Q4 Sportback e-tron can be charged at 125kW via a DC fast charger which allows the battery to be replenished to 80 per cent in around 30 minutes.
Mounting 510kg battery between the axles beneath the passenger compartment gives the car ‘almost’ a 50:50 weight distribution.
Underneath, the car gets MacPherson strut-based front and multi-link rear suspension with adaptive damping.
22-inch wheels, LED lighting, customisable daytime running lights, a digital instrument cluster and a 12.3-inch infotainment touchscreen are also included.
Audi says both body styles of the Q4 e-tron will enter series production next year.
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