The so-called A4 e-tron, like the rest of Audi’s electric range, will distinguish itself with sleek and elegant styling aided by short overhangs and sporty bodywork. This will give customers visual cues to tell the A4 apart from its combustion-powered sibling.
According to Oliver Hoffman, head of the Technical Development division, Audi designers are satisfied with the switch to the new platform, which has ideal proportions. A sedan and wagon will be offered, although we expect only the sedan will come to America.
The next-generation e-tron vehicles will introduce various innovative features, such as a new battery pack positioned between the axles. This will reportedly have a usable capacity of 100 kWh, which should provide Ingolstadt’s EVs with generous range figures. The A4 e-tron will receive 800-volt charging capabilities as standard, with a maximum charging speed of 270 kW.