Audi has revealed the interior of its upcoming Q4 e-tron electric SUV, which aims to maximise spaciousness and utilise the firm’s latest technology.
The Q4 e-tron will be the first Audi to sit on the Volkswagen Group’s dedicated MEB electric car platform – underpinning models like the Volkswagen ID.3 and Skoda Enyaq – and expands the German firm’s growing EV range, including the standard e-tron Sportback and e-tron GT.
And ahead of a full reveal later this year, Audi has shown off the model’s new interior in full. Offering a touchscreen size of up to 11.6 inches – the largest yet to feature in an Audi – it will also be available with a new augmented reality head-up display. This can project ‘live’ satellite navigation directions onto the windscreen as well as picking up road signs and relaying them in front of the driver. It also benefits from a cool new steering wheel that features new touch panels on it instead of traditional buttons.
Audi is promising that clever packaging ensures the mid-size Q4 e-tron will offer similar interior space to a large SUV, with the firm promising easy access and plenty of headroom and legroom. The boot also measures a roomy 520 litres, and increases to 1,490 litres with the rear seats folded – similar figures to the firm’s larger Q5 SUV.
As with other electric Audi models, sustainable materials have been widely used – with recycled plastics used throughout the interior.
Elsewhere, Audi has revealed exterior pictures of the car, though still wearing a heavy camouflage. That said, these highlight its large blanked-off front grille, intricate LED lighting and short overhangs – the latter helping to offer maximum space.
The Q4 e-tron will be unveiled in full shortly, with models set to arrive in showrooms in the second part of the year. It will be Audi’s entry-level EV, with the firm promising it “offers an entry into the world of electric premium mobility at an attractive price”.Enquire on a new Audi