Audi Audi Q4 E Tron Estate 125kW 35 55.52kWh Sport 5dr Auto

Lane departure warning system
Audi drive select
Bluetooth interface
Camera based traffic sign recognition
Progressive steering
Audi Virtual Cockpit - 10.25" display
Audi connect safety and service (e-call)
Power operated tailgate
MMI Navigation Plus with high resolution 10.1 inch touchscreen colour display
Audi Smartphone Interface with wireless functionality
Swerve assist and turn assist
7.2 kw On board Charger
100kW DC charging capability
AC and DC charging access point positioned on the rear right
DAB Digital radio
Audi sound system with 8 speakers
2 USB-C ports with charge and data functions
Aluminium roof rails
Body coloured door mirrors
LED daytime running lights
Contrast bumpers in Manhattan grey
Frameless auto dimming interior rear view mirror
Electrically adjustable/heated/folding/dimming door mirrors with kerb view includes integrated LED indications + kerb view function for passenger side
Acoustic glass windscreen
Single frame grille with a structured, closed surface within an octagonal shape
Projection light in the exterior mirrors, e-tron logo projected from the underside of the exterior mirror onto the ground
Heated front seats
Tool kit
Front and rear head restraints
Front/rear floor mats
Driver/passenger manual seat height adjustment
4 way electric lumbar support for driver and front passenger
Auxiliary air conditioning
Door sill trims with aluminium inlay
Comfort front centre armrest
3 zone automatic air conditioning
Compact e-tron charging system
Household plug type G (GB)
40:60 Split folding rear seat or folded fully
Mode 3 AC charging cable 22 kW
Steel grey cloth headlining
Industry plug CEE 32 A/230 V/6 h/long + straight
Accent surfaces in gloss black - centre console control panel, switch panel and trim on front doors in gloss black
Gloss styling pack - Q4 E-tron
Non smoking pack - Q4 E-tron
White interior light pack - Q4 E-tron
Seatbelt warning
Warning triangle and first aid kit
3x3 point rear seatbelts
Electric child locks
Tyre pressure loss indicator
Driver and front passenger airbag with passenger airbag deactivation
Pre-sense front with pedestrian and cyclist detection
Active vehicle alerting system (AVAS)
Front side airbags with head airbags and interaction airbag
Anti theft alarm
Anti-theft wheel bolts
Keyless Go
Aluminium look interior elements
Inlay in black paint finish, accent surfaces on the instrument panel and centre console in silver paint effect finish
Tyre repair kit
19" 5 W spoke aero alloy wheels with graphite grey gloss finish
CO2 0
Euro Emissions
NOX N/A
CC 1
Compression Ratio 2108
Cylinder Layout In - Line
Cylinders 4 Cylinder
Fuel Delivery Turbo
Number of Valves 585
Gears 1
Transmission Automatic
Combined 208.00
Urban 208.00
Extra Urban 201.00
Badge Engine CC 1
Badge Power 170.00
NCAP Rating N/A
Vehicle Homologation Class N/A
0 to 60 mph (Sec) 8.71
0 to 62 mph (Sec) 9.00
Engine BHP 170.00
Engine KW
Engine PS 1890
Engine Torque 310.00
Top Speed 99
Front Tyres 235/55 R19
Rear Tyres 255/50 R19
Spare Tyre TYRE REPAIR KIT
Height 0
Length 4588
Wheel Base 2764
Width 0
Fuel Tank Size
Weight 2475
Roof Load Limit
Towing Weight Braked 1890
Towing Weight Unbraked 750
Number Of Seats 5

Ten Second Review

The first production Audi built on the Volkswagen Group MEB platform for volume all-electric cars is this model, the Q4 e-tron. This compact-to-mid-sized crossover is pricier of course than other similarly-sized full-battery-powered SUVs from the Wolfsburg conglomerate, but it delivers a much more up-market feel that'll help ease you into your new electrified phase of motoring ownership.

Background

With Audi's first three all-electric e-tron models, we saw what the brand was capable of with EV technology. These three models though - the e-tron, the e-tron Sportback and the e-tron GT quattro - were merely preludes to the BEV model that really matters to Ingolstadt, this car, the Q4 e-tron. It's tempting to merely dismiss this model as Audi's version of other similarly-sized VW Group crossover EVs like the Volkswagen ID.4, the Skoda Enyak iV and the CUPRA Born. Certainly, all the engineering bits that matter are common between the four cars, namely the MEB platform and the battery tech. Yet Audi claims to have put its own stamp on the way this car drives and feels. Let's see.

Driving Experience

The Q4's pretty straightforward to get to grips with behind the wheel. You select drive using a slider-type shifter situated on the centre console and once underway, there's the kind of instant throttle response you'd usually get from an EV of this sort. In terms of powertrains, there's nothing we haven't seen before in Volkswagen Group EVs. Moist of these tend to be chosen with the 52kWh battery that's used by the base Q4 35 e-tron, which uses a 170PS rear-driven electric motor and makes 62mph in 9.0s and has a range of 208 miles. Next up is the Q4 40 e-tron, which has a bigger 77kWh battery and a more powerful 204PS rear-driven motor, making 62mph in 8.5s and offering a 316 mile driving range. The flagship Q4 50 e-tron also uses the 77kWh battery, but has both front and rear-mounted electric motors developing a combined 299PS. Which means 62mph in just 6.2s and a range of 295 miles. Plus, with this top performance variant, the top speed is lifted from the usual Q4 maximum of 99mph to 111mph. Across the range, there's the same kind of suspension set-up you'd find in other mid-sized Audi SUVs - a MacPherson strut front and five-link rear arrangement, with sports suspension available (which lowers ride height by 15mm) and adaptive damping offered further up the range.

Design and Build

You can't really see the Q4 e-tron as either an EV Q3 or an EV Q5 because its size dimensions don't fit with either of those two established combustion crossover models. As with those two cars, the Q4 comes in both regular SUV and swept-back coupe-style forms, the latter known as the Q4 Sportback e-tron. The regular model's dimensions (4,588mm long, 1,865mm wide and 1,632mm tall) place it neatly between a Q3 and a Q5 size-wise and visually, this car has its own bespoke look. This is the first of the company's models to get new digital LED technology that offers four different exterior lighting signatures the driver can choose between. And it's the first of Audi's smaller cars to get a full-width LED tail light bar at the back. Inside, the Q4 gets its own unique dashboard and cabin architecture, though this incorporates the company's usual screen technology. There's a 10.25-inch instrument display and a 10.1-inch central monitor, which can be upgraded to 11.6-inches on request. Premium materials are generously applied around the cabin and Audi's keen to highlight the extensive interior storage areas. To accommodate the battery, the back seat is mounted 70mm higher than the front. Boot space meanwhile, is rated at 520-litres, extendable to 1,490-litres when the 40:20:40-split seatback is lowered.

Market and Model

Prices sit in the £41,000-£65,000 bracket and there are four trim levels - 'Sport', 'S line', 'Edition 1' and 'Vorsprung'. That base price applied to the 52kWh 35 e-tron variant. The 40 e-tron derivative with the larger 77kWh battery you may well want prices from around £45,000. The top 50 e-tron 4WD model costs from around £51,500. Base 'Sport' variants get 19-inch Graphite Grey alloy wheels, those rims upgraded to 20-inches in size further up the range. A black styling package is a feature of the top-tier 'Vorsprung' models with their even more striking 21-inch wheels. Across the line-up, there's lots of sophisticated equipment available - much of it optional. Like the Matrix LED headlights with their 16 individually activated LEDs. And the bespoke Sonos sound system upgrade package. We'd also want to look at the optional heat pump, which rapidly heats and cools the interior using the thermal losses from the electric components and the temperature of the outside air. It uses eco-friendly CO2 as a refrigerant, which flows through the circuit at high pressure. The heat pump can reduce losses in range caused by usage of the climate control system, especially in winter. Its strengths come to the fore on long drives.

Cost of Ownership

Using a conventional garage 7kW wallbox, you can recharge the base 52kWh Q4 35 e-tron model with 175 miles of charge in eight and a half hours. Maximum charging capacity is 7.4kW on an AC system - or 100kW using DC current. What about with the larger 77kWh battery of the Q4 40 e-tron and Q4 50 e-tron? Well those variants have been engineered for charging speeds of up to 11kW during AC charging and 125kW for DC charging. With such a rapid public charger, WLTP testing has confirmed that in only 10 minutes, the Q4 40 e-tron can recharge enough electricity to cover a distance of about 80 miles. Charging at 125 kW in ideal conditions, the battery can achieve an 80% state of charge from a 5% starting point in 38 minutes. If you're using a conventional 7kW garage wallbox, a Q4 40 e-tron can charge 255 miles of range in eight and a quarter hours. Using the myAudi app, owners can activate charging remotely using a smartphone. The app also provides access to the comfort remote preconditioning system, which enables remote adjustment of the cabin temperature and seat heating functions to ensure that the cabin climate is always comfortable well before a journey begins. Accessing and paying for electricity while on the road can be easily taken care of using the 'e-tron Charging Service', which provides UK subscribers with one RFID payment card that is accepted at a vast number of charge points operated by 18 suppliers across the UK and Europe, and offers a choice of two fixed price charging tariffs.

Summary

In surveying the VW Group MEB platform mid-sized SUV electric vehicles launched to date, we always felt that this Wolfsburg conglomerate was leaving room for an Audi model able to deliver this engineering with a touch more polish and driver-orientated luxury - and so it proves here. The Q4 e-tron has the size of a compact BEV, but the finish, luxury and (to some extent) the driving dynamics of an electric crossover from next class up - that for larger EV models like the Jaguar I-PACE and the Mercedes EQC. In that respect, it's far more like a BMW iX3 than a Volkswagen ID.4. If you're looking at those Jaguar, Mercedes or BMW models, we think you should be looking at a Q4 e-tron too because it'll satisfy you in much the same way. If that's your perspective, the premium prices being asked here will seem reasonable. If it isn't, you'll start to question just why a car which shares pretty much every significant aspect of its engineering with comparable Volkswagen, Skoda and CUPRA EVs can be worth so much more. A matter of perspective then. With Audi, it was ever thus.

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Lease Type

Contract Length

Annual Mileage

Initial Rental (Months)

Cruise control + speed limiter Standard (ex. VAT)
Rear parking sensors Standard (ex. VAT)
Wall mounted bracket for compact e-tron charging system £100.00 (ex. VAT)
Comfort suspension Standard (ex. VAT)
Suspension with damping control £791.67 (ex. VAT)
Metallic paint £479.17 (ex. VAT)
Solid paint Standard (ex. VAT)
Special metallic paint £791.67 (ex. VAT)
LED Headlights Standard (ex. VAT)
LED rear lights Standard (ex. VAT)
Panoramic glass roof £1041.67 (ex. VAT)
Matrix LED headlights, digital light signatures, dynamic light sequencing and indicators + LED rear lights and illuminated light strip £895.83 (ex. VAT)
Towbar folding £750.00 (ex. VAT)
Heat pump £791.67 (ex. VAT)
Twin spoke multifunction leather steering wheel with trim in chrome look Standard (ex. VAT)
Flat bottom twin spoke leather multifunction sport steering wheel with shift paddles for recuperation £237.50 (ex. VAT)
Routine cloth upholstery with front sports seats with integrated head restraints Standard (ex. VAT)
Assistance Package Advanced - Q4 E-tron £1187.50 (ex. VAT)
Safety plus pack - Q4 E-tron £541.67 (ex. VAT)
Function pack - Q4 E-tron £270.83 (ex. VAT)
Interior pack for front sport seats - Twin leather with integrated head restraints - Q4 E-tron £1458.33 (ex. VAT)
Solid - Pebble grey Standard (ex. VAT)
Metallic - Glacier white £479.17 (ex. VAT)
Metallic - Floret silver £479.17 (ex. VAT)
Metallic - Mythos black £479.17 (ex. VAT)
Metallic - Navarra blue £479.17 (ex. VAT)
Metallic - Typhoon grey £479.17 (ex. VAT)
Special metallic - Aurora violet £791.67 (ex. VAT)
Metallic - Geyser blue £479.17 (ex. VAT)
Routine cloth - Black/silver + front sports seats with integrated head restraints Standard (ex. VAT)
Interior pack - Twin leather - Black with front sport seats With integrated headrestraints £1458.33 (ex. VAT)

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Lane departure warning system
Audi drive select
Bluetooth interface
Camera based traffic sign recognition
Progressive steering
Audi Virtual Cockpit - 10.25" display
Audi connect safety and service (e-call)
Power operated tailgate
MMI Navigation Plus with high resolution 10.1 inch touchscreen colour display
Audi Smartphone Interface with wireless functionality
Swerve assist and turn assist
7.2 kw On board Charger
100kW DC charging capability
AC and DC charging access point positioned on the rear right
DAB Digital radio
Audi sound system with 8 speakers
2 USB-C ports with charge and data functions
Aluminium roof rails
Body coloured door mirrors
LED daytime running lights
Contrast bumpers in Manhattan grey
Frameless auto dimming interior rear view mirror
Electrically adjustable/heated/folding/dimming door mirrors with kerb view includes integrated LED indications + kerb view function for passenger side
Acoustic glass windscreen
Single frame grille with a structured, closed surface within an octagonal shape
Projection light in the exterior mirrors, e-tron logo projected from the underside of the exterior mirror onto the ground
Heated front seats
Tool kit
Front and rear head restraints
Front/rear floor mats
Driver/passenger manual seat height adjustment
4 way electric lumbar support for driver and front passenger
Auxiliary air conditioning
Door sill trims with aluminium inlay
Comfort front centre armrest
3 zone automatic air conditioning
Compact e-tron charging system
Household plug type G (GB)
40:60 Split folding rear seat or folded fully
Mode 3 AC charging cable 22 kW
Steel grey cloth headlining
Industry plug CEE 32 A/230 V/6 h/long + straight
Accent surfaces in gloss black - centre console control panel, switch panel and trim on front doors in gloss black
Gloss styling pack - Q4 E-tron
Non smoking pack - Q4 E-tron
White interior light pack - Q4 E-tron
Seatbelt warning
Warning triangle and first aid kit
3x3 point rear seatbelts
Electric child locks
Tyre pressure loss indicator
Driver and front passenger airbag with passenger airbag deactivation
Pre-sense front with pedestrian and cyclist detection
Active vehicle alerting system (AVAS)
Front side airbags with head airbags and interaction airbag
Anti theft alarm
Anti-theft wheel bolts
Keyless Go
Aluminium look interior elements
Inlay in black paint finish, accent surfaces on the instrument panel and centre console in silver paint effect finish
Tyre repair kit
19" 5 W spoke aero alloy wheels with graphite grey gloss finish
CO2 0
Euro Emissions
NOX N/A
CC 1
Compression Ratio 2108
Cylinder Layout In - Line
Cylinders 4 Cylinder
Fuel Delivery Turbo
Number of Valves 585
Gears 1
Transmission Automatic
Combined 208.00
Urban 208.00
Extra Urban 201.00
Badge Engine CC 1
Badge Power 170.00
NCAP Rating N/A
Vehicle Homologation Class N/A
0 to 60 mph (Sec) 8.71
0 to 62 mph (Sec) 9.00
Engine BHP 170.00
Engine KW
Engine PS 1890
Engine Torque 310.00
Top Speed 99
Front Tyres 235/55 R19
Rear Tyres 255/50 R19
Spare Tyre TYRE REPAIR KIT
Height 0
Length 4588
Wheel Base 2764
Width 0
Fuel Tank Size
Weight 2475
Roof Load Limit
Towing Weight Braked 1890
Towing Weight Unbraked 750
Number Of Seats 5

Ten Second Review

The first production Audi built on the Volkswagen Group MEB platform for volume all-electric cars is this model, the Q4 e-tron. This compact-to-mid-sized crossover is pricier of course than other similarly-sized full-battery-powered SUVs from the Wolfsburg conglomerate, but it delivers a much more up-market feel that'll help ease you into your new electrified phase of motoring ownership.

Background

With Audi's first three all-electric e-tron models, we saw what the brand was capable of with EV technology. These three models though - the e-tron, the e-tron Sportback and the e-tron GT quattro - were merely preludes to the BEV model that really matters to Ingolstadt, this car, the Q4 e-tron. It's tempting to merely dismiss this model as Audi's version of other similarly-sized VW Group crossover EVs like the Volkswagen ID.4, the Skoda Enyak iV and the CUPRA Born. Certainly, all the engineering bits that matter are common between the four cars, namely the MEB platform and the battery tech. Yet Audi claims to have put its own stamp on the way this car drives and feels. Let's see.

Driving Experience

The Q4's pretty straightforward to get to grips with behind the wheel. You select drive using a slider-type shifter situated on the centre console and once underway, there's the kind of instant throttle response you'd usually get from an EV of this sort. In terms of powertrains, there's nothing we haven't seen before in Volkswagen Group EVs. Moist of these tend to be chosen with the 52kWh battery that's used by the base Q4 35 e-tron, which uses a 170PS rear-driven electric motor and makes 62mph in 9.0s and has a range of 208 miles. Next up is the Q4 40 e-tron, which has a bigger 77kWh battery and a more powerful 204PS rear-driven motor, making 62mph in 8.5s and offering a 316 mile driving range. The flagship Q4 50 e-tron also uses the 77kWh battery, but has both front and rear-mounted electric motors developing a combined 299PS. Which means 62mph in just 6.2s and a range of 295 miles. Plus, with this top performance variant, the top speed is lifted from the usual Q4 maximum of 99mph to 111mph. Across the range, there's the same kind of suspension set-up you'd find in other mid-sized Audi SUVs - a MacPherson strut front and five-link rear arrangement, with sports suspension available (which lowers ride height by 15mm) and adaptive damping offered further up the range.

Design and Build

You can't really see the Q4 e-tron as either an EV Q3 or an EV Q5 because its size dimensions don't fit with either of those two established combustion crossover models. As with those two cars, the Q4 comes in both regular SUV and swept-back coupe-style forms, the latter known as the Q4 Sportback e-tron. The regular model's dimensions (4,588mm long, 1,865mm wide and 1,632mm tall) place it neatly between a Q3 and a Q5 size-wise and visually, this car has its own bespoke look. This is the first of the company's models to get new digital LED technology that offers four different exterior lighting signatures the driver can choose between. And it's the first of Audi's smaller cars to get a full-width LED tail light bar at the back. Inside, the Q4 gets its own unique dashboard and cabin architecture, though this incorporates the company's usual screen technology. There's a 10.25-inch instrument display and a 10.1-inch central monitor, which can be upgraded to 11.6-inches on request. Premium materials are generously applied around the cabin and Audi's keen to highlight the extensive interior storage areas. To accommodate the battery, the back seat is mounted 70mm higher than the front. Boot space meanwhile, is rated at 520-litres, extendable to 1,490-litres when the 40:20:40-split seatback is lowered.

Market and Model

Prices sit in the £41,000-£65,000 bracket and there are four trim levels - 'Sport', 'S line', 'Edition 1' and 'Vorsprung'. That base price applied to the 52kWh 35 e-tron variant. The 40 e-tron derivative with the larger 77kWh battery you may well want prices from around £45,000. The top 50 e-tron 4WD model costs from around £51,500. Base 'Sport' variants get 19-inch Graphite Grey alloy wheels, those rims upgraded to 20-inches in size further up the range. A black styling package is a feature of the top-tier 'Vorsprung' models with their even more striking 21-inch wheels. Across the line-up, there's lots of sophisticated equipment available - much of it optional. Like the Matrix LED headlights with their 16 individually activated LEDs. And the bespoke Sonos sound system upgrade package. We'd also want to look at the optional heat pump, which rapidly heats and cools the interior using the thermal losses from the electric components and the temperature of the outside air. It uses eco-friendly CO2 as a refrigerant, which flows through the circuit at high pressure. The heat pump can reduce losses in range caused by usage of the climate control system, especially in winter. Its strengths come to the fore on long drives.

Cost of Ownership

Using a conventional garage 7kW wallbox, you can recharge the base 52kWh Q4 35 e-tron model with 175 miles of charge in eight and a half hours. Maximum charging capacity is 7.4kW on an AC system - or 100kW using DC current. What about with the larger 77kWh battery of the Q4 40 e-tron and Q4 50 e-tron? Well those variants have been engineered for charging speeds of up to 11kW during AC charging and 125kW for DC charging. With such a rapid public charger, WLTP testing has confirmed that in only 10 minutes, the Q4 40 e-tron can recharge enough electricity to cover a distance of about 80 miles. Charging at 125 kW in ideal conditions, the battery can achieve an 80% state of charge from a 5% starting point in 38 minutes. If you're using a conventional 7kW garage wallbox, a Q4 40 e-tron can charge 255 miles of range in eight and a quarter hours. Using the myAudi app, owners can activate charging remotely using a smartphone. The app also provides access to the comfort remote preconditioning system, which enables remote adjustment of the cabin temperature and seat heating functions to ensure that the cabin climate is always comfortable well before a journey begins. Accessing and paying for electricity while on the road can be easily taken care of using the 'e-tron Charging Service', which provides UK subscribers with one RFID payment card that is accepted at a vast number of charge points operated by 18 suppliers across the UK and Europe, and offers a choice of two fixed price charging tariffs.

Summary

In surveying the VW Group MEB platform mid-sized SUV electric vehicles launched to date, we always felt that this Wolfsburg conglomerate was leaving room for an Audi model able to deliver this engineering with a touch more polish and driver-orientated luxury - and so it proves here. The Q4 e-tron has the size of a compact BEV, but the finish, luxury and (to some extent) the driving dynamics of an electric crossover from next class up - that for larger EV models like the Jaguar I-PACE and the Mercedes EQC. In that respect, it's far more like a BMW iX3 than a Volkswagen ID.4. If you're looking at those Jaguar, Mercedes or BMW models, we think you should be looking at a Q4 e-tron too because it'll satisfy you in much the same way. If that's your perspective, the premium prices being asked here will seem reasonable. If it isn't, you'll start to question just why a car which shares pretty much every significant aspect of its engineering with comparable Volkswagen, Skoda and CUPRA EVs can be worth so much more. A matter of perspective then. With Audi, it was ever thus.

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