Audi Officially Unveils the Q4 e-Tron but Covered in Camouflage

Audi has released a series of official images of the production Q4 e-Tron covered in light camouflage. This 4.59-meter-long midsize SUV will use the Volkswagen Group’s MEB modular platform, already seen in the Skoda Enyaq iV and Volkswagen ID.4, from which it will differentiate itself through its own design and finishes worthy of the premium sector.

Despite the black, white, and orange vinyl that try to hide their lines, the truth is that the snapshots published by the brand allow us to observe the car’s final design without too many problems, resulting surprisingly close to that of the prototype presented in 2019.

Audi has also used the occasion to reveal, this time without camouflage, the interior of its new model. Its angular design is similar to that of other brand vehicles such as the e-Tron GT. However, we find only elements such as a four-spoke steering wheel with the tactile operation or a floating center console. As is customary at Audi, the climate control module is separate from the huge, up to 11.6-inch touchscreen of the MMI infotainment system.

There is no shortage of elements such as the 70-inch Head-up Display with augmented reality, an increasingly popular solution among manufacturers. This system will offer two different levels of visualization: the status zone and the augmented reality section. The information related to the assistance systems, the navigator arrows, and the start and destination points will be superimposed on the road, displayed dynamically.

While many electricians of the latest batch are betting on small instrumentation very briefly when it comes to giving information, Audi will continue to offer a sizeable virtual cockpit (10.25 inches) that will integrate, among other things, the navigator maps. To improve the car’s functionality, a voice control system capable of recognizing natural language has also been included, activated with the “Hey Audi” command.

According to the brand, using a specific modular platform will maximize the interior space, similar to that of a higher category vehicle (1.83 meters longitudinally). The cabin will offer a total of 24.8 liters in storage spaces, including the glove compartment. The boot, for its part, with 520 cubic liters, although folding down the seats (divided in proportion 40/20/40) can reach 1,490 liters.

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