Audi reveals Q4 E-Tron features before presentation

Audi Q4 E Tron

Two years ago, at the Geneva Motor Show, representatives of Audi showed the concept of the electric crossover Q4 E-Tron, and now the manufacturer reports that the novelty is almost ready for serial release. Now the company has shown many photos of the real body of the car and even talked about the various features of the electric car, they will completely declassify the new product next month, and the market launch is scheduled for the summer of 2021. The main feature of the Q4 E-Tron, perhaps, can be called the augmented reality system, which is paired with a head-up display with a diagonal of 70 inches.

Audi reveals Q4 E Tron features before presentation stylish body and augmented reality

The technology is quite interesting – the driver will see in front of him a conditional virtual screen located on the windshield, and information about the situation on the road will be displayed on this screen. For example, it will be possible to see not only the permitted and current vehicle speed, but also the distance to other objects on the lane. In addition, the manufacturer has integrated a voice assistant into its electric car, which is activated by the command “Hey Audi” – it is able to recognize the user’s speech, answering various everyday questions.

At the same time, in terms of bodywork or characteristics, the car will not surprise loyal fans – the Q4 E-Tron is a premium representative of the MEB platform with impressive spaciousness. The manufacturer even stated that this is the most roomy car in the class – the volume of the trunk alone is 520 in the closed format and 1490 in the case of the rear seats folded. But the manufacturer did not report information about the power plant, the range of travel on a single charge, and so on – this information will appear after the official full presentation.

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