Audi will announce the electric version of the Audi Q3 in the Geneva Motor Show, which, as it was announced from Ingolstadt today, will be named Q4 e-tron, They also published the first drawings of the concept.


Of course, the name of the car can only be judged from the name of the Geneva's Audi Q4 e-tron Concept, but we can assume that the production car, which is expected to hit the roads by the end of 2020 or at the beginning of 2021, will have most of the design features announced by the concept.

Audi's pioneer in electric mobility e-tron SUV will therefore get a smaller brother who will be created in the Volkswagen Group's common MEB platform, which will also serve as the basis for models from the sister brands Volkswagn, Seat and Škoda. As well as its electric siblings from the group, it will be most likely coming from the 'electric' factory in Zwickau, Germany.


Feb. 14, 2019 Driving photo: Audi

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