The modelRead full review
The Audi Q4 e-tron is temptingly priced for a premium-badged electric SUV, plus it’s a very comfortable, practical and classy choice. If you’re not so worried about the emblem on the nose of your car, we’d urge you to look at the Skoda Enyaq as well, because it’s similar in a lot of respects. However, the Q4 does feel like the more expensive car it is, particularly in terms of infotainment and interior finish.
The trimSee full equipment
If you upgrade from Sport to S line trim, the 19in alloy wheels are swapped for 20in items, and you get sports suspension, which lowers the car's ride height by 15mm. You also gain rear privacy glass, sports front seats and ambient interior lighting.
The engineSee full engine specs
Like the entry-level 35 model, the 40 has a single motor and is rear-wheel drive, but it produces an extra 33bhp (taking the total up to 201bhp) and can get from 0-62mph in 8.5sec. While that's nothing special by electric car standards, the 40 still feels pretty responsive when you put your foot down. Just bear in mind that the rival Ford Mustang Mach-E is quite a bit nippier again, while the pricier Volvo XC40 P8 Recharge will leave it for dead.
A fine electric car with a long range and the ability to charg...
A quick SUV that's available with a brilliant range but a...
A great choice amongst electric SUVs, but a regular Q4 e-tron...
Covers ground at an impressive pace and has a supple ride, gre...