The Audi Q4 e-tron shares most of its mechanical elements with the Volkswagen ID.4
The AWD versions of the Q4 and Q4 Sportback both have 241 miles (388 kilometers) of range
The RWD version has not been tested yet and it won’t be sold in Canada
The Q4 e-tron is the newest electric vehicle from Audi. This compact SUV is built on the same platform as the Volkswagen ID.4, with whom it shares many of its mechanical components, including its 82-kWh battery.
The EPA has released its official range figures for the Q4 e-tron, which is offered in both regular and Sportback form, the latter of which is a coupe-like SUV that follows the same concept as Audi’s other Sportback models.
The Q4 e-tron will be offered with two drivetrains in the United States, the rear-wheel drive Q4 40 e-tron and the all-wheel drive Q4 50 Quattro e-tron. Only the latter will be sold in Canada.
The Q4 50 Quattro e-tron is the only model that has received its official EPA rating has of yet. Its range is 241 miles (388 kilometers) in both regular and Sportback form.
This result is very close to the AWD version of the Volkswagen ID.4, since it can go either 240 miles (386 kilometers) or 249 miles (401 kilometers) on a single charge.
Because the difference between the two vehicles is so minimal, the RWD Q4 e-tron can be expected to have a range of around 255 miles (410 kilometers), in keeping with the RWD ID.4.
Different trim levels will be offered with each powertrain but the EPA hasn’t tested the other versions and the range difference should be insignificant between the trims.