On March 13, the 2023 Audi Q4 e—tron was officially launched, with a starting price of 289,900 yuan. The 40 e—tron power version added the “Chuangjing Yaoye” edition, and the range and power consumption of the 50 e—tron quattro power version were also optimized. (The accompanying picture in the article is the 2022 50 e—tron quattro First Experience Edition)
For detailed prices of different models, please refer to the table below:
In terms of exterior design, the “Chuangjing Yaoye” edition of the 40 e—tron has not changed much compared to the standard version. It still features a closed front grille with a dot-matrix patterned mesh. The headlights on both sides are integrated with the grille. The front bumper has a through-ventilated air intake and is decorated with silver panels. The difference is that the former comes with a black optics package, which darkens parts such as the exterior mirrors and roof luggage rack guide rails, thereby creating a better visual effect.
As for the interior, the “Chuangjing Yaoye” edition features a digital cockpit that showcases the corresponding electrification elements. The car will come standard with rear privacy glass, and the ceiling inside the car is also decorated with black fabric. Unfortunately, this version of the car model is not equipped with a 360-degree panoramic imaging system or an intelligent parking assist system.
In terms of power, the 40 e—tron model is still equipped with a rear-mounted single motor with a maximum power of 204 horsepower and a maximum torque of 310 N·m. It uses an 84.8 kWh lithium-ion battery with a range of 605 km under the CLTC cycle; while the 50 e—tron quattro current model has been optimized to increase the range from 543 km to 560 km and reduce power consumption from 16.1 kWh/100 km to 15.5 kWh/100 km under the CLTC cycle.
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