The production version of the Audi Q4 e-tron will be revealed today.
The A9 e-tron could become the flagship sedan by 2024.
And Audi’s just getting started.
Audi is clearly not wasting any time, despite the pandemic and related complications, to introduce and launch new electric vehicles. The next one on the list is the official introduction of the compact Audi Q4 e-tron SUV later on today.
The Audi Q4 e-tron will join the ranks of the e-tron SUV and the e-tron Sportback but these are only three of the luxury car company’s planned onslaught of EVS. Remember, the Volkswagen Auto Group has said that it fully intends to sell more than 50 million EVs, thanks to 75 new EVS within the next ten years, through all of its brands. Audi’s roll in this process will be very important.
Along with SUVs, midsize sporty sedans and Sportbacks, and under the Artemis project, it looks as though Audi will also launch a flagship luxury sedan according to Autocar. This large efficient car could launch as early as 2024 and be inspired by the Audi Aicon concept. The A9 e-tron would offer more interior space than the current Audi A8 and be no larger than an A7.