Audi has taken to the stage at this years’ Geneva Motor Show to unveil the latest offering from its e-tron range.
Aiming to have a third of its entire range electrified by 2025, the German manufacturer presented the fifth of its twelve planned EV production models – the Q4 e-tron SUV.
While the car is not yet in its final stages, CEO Bram Schot said that it was “as close as you can get” to the production model that’s slated to hit roads in 2020. He also stated that the car will be the best value in its European range, although a price tag wasn’t revealed.
Much like its combustion engine cousin, the Q4 sits between the Q3 and Q5 in terms of size and offers two electric motors (one for the front wheels and one for the back), combining to produce a not-so-insignificant 302 horsepower. That allows for a relatively swift 0-62 mph time of 6.3 seconds.
Those interested in purchasing an electric vehicle in the near future will also be pleased to hear the range has been improved, with Audi now claiming the Q4 can achieve 279 miles (450km) on a full charge.
Other features include a heads-up display with turn-by-turn arrows and a tilted 12.3-inch touchscreen.
Look out for more info on the Audi e-tron Q4 later in the year.