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HERNDON, Va., Sept. 30, 2022 – Audi of America today announced that the anticipated sale date for the 2023 Q4 e-tron portfolio has arrived. Therefore, the Q4 e-tron family welcomes a new rear-wheel drive variant; the Q4 40 e-tron. In addition, with the Q4 40 e-tron, customers can achieve an EPA estimated range of up to 265 miles. The Q4 e-tron portfolio comes to market designed to make a seamless transition to electric vehicle ownership and makes getting into a fully-electric Audi more accessible than ever. With the addition of the fourth and fifth models to Audi’s fully electric fleet, the Q4 e-tron and Q4 Sportback e-tron, Audi has the largest offering of fully electric models than any automaker in the U.S.
Moreover, the new model line was engineered with comfort, practicality, and cutting-edge technology at the forefront. In addition, these practical and advanced additions to Audi’s fleet of fully electric vehicles have now entered the market. That’s the brand’s most attainable luxury EVs yet. Moreover, the vehicle’s bold design is a reflection of the unique preferences of its owner. Bold muscular surfaces underpin the Q4 e-tron’s athletic stance, complemented by elevated interior seating positions. They offer a spacious interior but a wide visibility angle of the vehicle’s surroundings.
Therefore, designed to be versatile for life’s adventures, the new model line features seating for five. Not to mention available towing up to 2,650 pounds on the quattro models and ample storage for everyday items. That’s as seen in the vehicle’s uniquely designed water bottle storage holder. Additionally, the Q4 e-tron offers 24.8 cubic feet of storage with the rear seatbacks upright. It also has 53.1 cubic feet of storage with the rear seatbacks lowered. In addition, the Q4 Sportback e-tron offers 26.1 cubic feet of storage with the rear seatbacks upright and 54.4 cubic feet of storage with the rear seatbacks lowered, comparable to that of the best-selling Audi Q5.
Moreover, powering the Q4 40 e-tron is a permanently excited synchronous electric motor on the rear axle producing 201 horsepower. In addition, the Q4 50 e-tron and its Sportback variant come equipped with an asynchronous motor in the front, and a permanently excited synchronous motor in the rear, raising the horsepower to 295.
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