• Highly anticipated Audi Q4 e-tron confirmed for Australia in both SUV and Sportback body styles
  • Arriving for launch to Australian customers mid-2024

Melbourne, 22. September 2023 – The electric offensive at Audi continues to pick up steam as the all-electric e-tron's already present in Australia are now to be joined by the Q4 e-tron and Q4 Sportback e-tron. Confirmed for an Australian launch mid-2024, the two new models play a significant role in the brand's electrification strategy. The pair present an enticing option for customers in a market segment that is experiencing especially quick growth and renowned success – the compact SUV class. Pricing and specification for the Q4 e-tron will be announced closer to market introduction.

The two compact SUVs bring into series production the Audi Q4 concept and Audi Q4 Sportback e-tron concept show cars, first unveiled at the beginning of 2019 in Europe. Sized similarly to the popular combustion Audi Q3 and Q3 Sportback, Audi Australia has been eagerly expecting the arrival of these two electrified companions for some time. For Audi owners, the Q4 e-tron will offer a new entry point into the world of premium electric mobility with Audi DNA at its core.

While exact specification and drivetrains are yet to be confirmed, Audi Australia is pleased to announce that both the SUV and the Sportback body styles will be available for the Q4 e-tron. A sleek mover on the road, the Q4 e-tron impresses thanks to striking proportions – short front overhangs, large wheels, and powerfully toned muscles. The lines are drawn with the greatest precision, and the surface treatment is clear and pared back. In the Audi Q4 Sportback e-tron, the especially low coupé-style roofline ends in an expressively designed rear where the spoiler sits deep on the two-part window. The brand's progressive design is typically Audi, as functional as it is aerodynamic.

Both highly versatile in nature, the Audi Q4 e-tron and the Q4 Sportback e-tron are the perfect companions in a number of driving circumstances and will have high everyday usability for many Audi owners. More information on the pair will follow in the coming months.

NOTE TO EDITORS: The vehicles depicted in the supplied images are international press vehicles and are for general illustration purposes only. They do not accurately reflect the final specification available in the Australian market.

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Audi Australia
Claudia Muller
Senior Executive Corporate Communications Tel.: +61 428 193 428
E-mail: claudia.muller@audi.com.au www.audi-mediacenter.com

Roxanne Salzborn
Corporate Communications Executive Tel.: +61 448 474 462
E-mail: roxanne.salzborn@audi.com.au www.audi-mediacenter.com

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