Audi Q4 eTron Sportback Review: A Competitive Hybrid for the Price

Audi Q4 eTron Sportback Review: A Competitive Hybrid for the Price

The audi q4 e tron sportback is a compact hybrid SUV with a great reputation for its performance and handling. This review looks at the new Sportback version which has a lower price tag for those on tighter budgets

Technical Data Overview

Audi Q4 eTron Sportback Review: A Competitive Hybrid for the Price
Audi Q4 eTron Sportback Review: A Competitive Hybrid for the Price

The Audi Q4 Sportback 50 e-tron® quattro® provides a highly dynamic driving experience, thanks to its 292 PS charging system that delivers power with a single boost as well as the high torque of 295 lb.-ft. The vehicle sprints from 0 to 60 mph in 5.8 seconds and reaches a top speed of 112 mph. It is equipped with an 8-speed Tiptronic transmission that enables the driver to choose between five different operating modes: Auto, Comfort, Dynamic, Eco, and Individual.

Interior, Comfort, and Cargo

The e-Tron’s interior is about the same size as that of the gasoline-powered Q5, but its cargo volume isn’t as generous. The concept vehicle offered seating for four people, although Audi officials have said a production version will seat five.

Infotainment and Connectivity

If you want to get the best sound quality out of your car audio system, it’s important that you set everything up correctly. This includes positioning speakers and subwoofers properly in your vehicle, connecting an FM or AM antenna and tuning into a radio station with an AM/FM tuner, plugging in a USB device (or Bluetooth), and turning off the Bluetooth before anything else is connected, then attaching either an AUX input jack or optional interface cable for wireless music streaming through your smartphone. If Audi’s new head-up display sounds good to you too (and we hope it does!) keep reading about this next feature…

It may seem like overkill at first glance; after all, who needs augmented reality on their car? But just as smartphones have changed how we interact with technology from our homes to our pockets, head-up displays are poised to change how we use information while driving. Imagine being able to easily read turn-by-turn directions projected onto the windshield without taking

Safety and Driver-Assistance Features

Safety features to help you avoid accidents include forward-collision warning, automated emergency braking, and blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert. The optional adaptive cruise control system also can manage your speed in conjunction with the lane-centering feature, which helps keep the car centered in its lane.e

Warranty and Maintenance Coverage

The warranty covers the powertrain and is valid for four years or 50,000 miles. When you turn in your vehicle at the end of its term, it’s up to you to pay for any remaining expenses such as future repairs not covered by your warranty. This means that if you have a problem with your car early on in its life (within the first few months or even weeks), some repair costs will be very high because they are still under factory warranty; but this may not be true later on when the vehicle has been used longer and is therefore out of factory warranty. The way around this is getting an extended service contract that covers these extra costs once coverage runs out.


– It doesn’t matter how much money you spend on maintenance—if something breaks down, there’s no guarantee that it won’t cost a small fortune to fix it.


What is the difference between Q4 Sportback e-Tron and Q4 Sportback?

The Q4 Sportback e-Tron is a new trim level for the award-winning Audi A4. It features sportier lines, leather seating surfaces, and technologies including Audi’s Matrix LED headlights, 20″ wheels with dark chrome accents, adaptive cruise control (ACC), and active lane assist.

Selected Features

MSRP: $ 52,700 Exterior color options: Pebble Gray $ 0 Exterior color options: Glacier White metallic $ 595 Exterior color options: Mythos Black metallic $ 595 Exterior color options: Navarra Blue metallic $ 595 20″, 20″ 5-Y-spoke design, graphite gray wheels Standard 20″, 20″ 5-V-spoke-polygon design, matte titanium wheels Seat cover options: Leather seating surfaces, Seats: Black with Rock Gray stitching, Dashboard: Black, Carpet: Black, Headliner: Steel Gray $ 0 Seat cover options: Leather seating surfaces, Seats: Parchment Beige with steel gray stitching, Dashboard: Black, Carpet: Black, Headliner: Steel Gray $ 0 Seat cover options::Leather seating surfaces with embossed S emblem (contained in S line® plus package), Seats: Black with Rock Gray stitching, Dashboard: Black, Carpet

Which version of Q4 Sportback is right for you?

The Q4 Sportback Dual Battery version has two battery packs instead of the single pack found on the original. This battery arrangement allows you to charge both batteries at once or separately; it also gives you more options when it comes to charging your car. You can use this dual battery arrangement in a variety of ways:

– – Charge one while driving, and another while parked (and plugged into Wall Power). In this way; you’ll always have a fully charged spare available if needed.

– – Charge them both through Quick Charge 3.0 chargers that are installed throughout your city for those times when there’s no Wall Power available but plenty of QC3 chargers around! Of course, even with its ability to draw power from multiple sources, a key feature is still its quick charge capability which allows for faster recharging than most other electric vehicles on the road today because it uses direct current instead of alternating current found in traditional plug-in vehicles like hybrid cars and full electric cars like Tesla

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