According tomedia reports, Audi is the first German car brand to launch a production version of the electric SUV: e-tron, this car has a familiar shape and bold mouth-shaped grille, is the Audi car no doubt. The e-tron SUV doesn’t have the quirks of a modern electric car, it looks no different from a conventional gasoline SUV, but it depends on what you think of it as good or bad.
If you’re keen to make your electric Audi SUV more stylish, the German carmaker’s latest Q4 Sportback e-tron, the German carmaker’s latest model, may be a good choice.
Ambar Kaya, Audi’s external designer, said: “We are very excited about the launch of this car and we are very optimistic about its overall design. It’s a very good car for today’s market and we think it’s going to be put into use right away. It’s no secret that SUVs and pickups are the favorites in today’s automotive world, and it would be the wrong thing for any automaker to do not launch one or two SUVs in their portfolio. “
According to the most recent data, SUV sales in the U.S. car market in 2019 accounted for 47 percent, while sedans accounted for only 22.1 percent. Meanwhile, total sales of SUVs and pickups are expected to climb to 78% by 2025, compared with 72% last year. It’s worth noting that the statistics only include gasoline-powered cars.
Audi unveiled the 2021 Q4 e-tron at last year’s Geneva Motor Show, the first of its kind to adopt the VW MEB. At the time, it was clear that Audi was developing a new design concept, a more rounded surface and softer lines.
Kaya added: “I’m really happy to see it come out, it’s a positive, bold gesture on the road. Notice how the fender is just soft. I’m really happy that we put these into the mass production because I feel that some of our cars are a little too hard. The Q4 Sportback e-tron concept car has Audi’s unique large-mouthed grille, but a black mask around the grille gives it a unique road appearance. “
Since the name includes the sportback (sport hatchback) it will naturally have a radical shape and sloping roof arc.
To be sure, people won’t mistake the 2021 Audi Q4 Sportback e-tron for a high-flying sedan. The Q4 Sportback e-tron is 15.1 feet (4602 mm) long, shorter than the e-tron SUV and Q5. “It’s not big, I think it’s a compact car with the upper half of it, ” says Josef Schlossmacher. But if you look at the 9.1-foot (2773mm) wheelbase and the small suspension, it’s a lot of a compact car. “
This year, Audi is celebrating the 40th anniversary of its iconic Quattro Rally. In a way, the new Q4 Sportback e-tron is passing on some good rally atmosphere.
The Q4 Sportback e-tron is equipped with an electric motor at the front and rear, making it a Quarttro equipped with AWD. However, the Q4 Sportback e-tron can turn off the front electric motor during cruising and can restart the front electric motor when the driver presses the right pedal. By WLTP standards, the car has a range of approximately 280 miles (450 kilometers) and a battery standard of 82kWh.
It is understood that the Q4 Sportback e-tron concept car can deliver 301 horsepower and 228 pound-feet of torque, two electric motors allow it to complete 100 km acceleration in 6.3 seconds, with a top speed of 112mph. Of course, Audi hasn’t given up on developing a single motor version. Aerodynamics plays an important role in this regard, especially electric vehicles.
As for the price, the car, which does not include tax credits, is expected to start at about $45,000. According to Schlossmacher, the car is expected to meet with consumers at next spring’s auto show, but the first to actually hit the market will be in the summer of 2021.