Audi’s line of electrified vehicles is set to grow with the addition of the upcoming Q4 e-tron, which will be ready for production in late 2020/early 2021.
The automaker released a set of sketches which previews Q4 e-tron, the latest car to bear Audi’s badge to signify electrification, and which will debut in concept form at the Geneva Motor Show.
The Audi Q4 e-tron concept provides “a glimpse of the next stage of Audi electric mobility”, the company said in a short press statement.
Concept sketches show an SUV-type vehicle with raised ride height and a design which incorporates Audi’s latest corporate nose first seen on the Q8 luxury SUV.
Like the Q8, the nose is dominated by Audi’s ‘Singleframe’ grille, flanked by a set of thin, swept-back headlights.
Similar to its larger brother, the Q4 also appears to have a lower roofline than a traditional SUV, which joins to a sloping rear windscreen.
Inside, a wraparound dashboard takes centre stage, which we assume will be brimming full of tech as it is with modern Audis.
The car will look much the same as the upcoming Q4 SUV, which will be the sixth SUV in Audi’s lineup.
The upcoming Q4 SUV will be a more style-focused version of the upcoming Q3, itself making a Q2 2019 debut in Singapore soon.
Audi previously said the Q4 will be produced at its plant in Gyor, Hungary, amid a push to have 12 fully-electric cars ready by 2025.