Audi Q4 e-tron Review: Charging Up

The Q4 is quite a looker, with its heavily sculpted bumpers, creased flanks and large wheel arches. 

Based on the same MEB platform as the Volkswagen ID.4 and Skoda Enyaq, the Q4 is similar in size and uses lots of common components. 

And sharing parts makes it easier for Audi to bring the Q4 e-tron to India. 

The plan is to launch the Q4 e-tron sometime in 2024, in sync with the India launch of the VW ID.4 and Enyaq in the same year. 

If you’ve driven a modern Audi before, it’s easy to get familiarised with the Q4 e-tron’s cabin, which expectedly is built to a high quality. 

It is the same for the central screen, which, though it offers a nice haptic touch, is not as responsive as we would have liked.  

There’s no big gear lever but just a tiny selector button that sits on a floating panel, freeing up space underneath for a big cubby hole. 

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