Audi claimed its concept would pack an 82-kWh battery capable of delivering approximately 280 miles of range (by WLTP measurement). These specs are similar to what we know about the VW ID.4, which was originally slated to debut this month at the 2020 New York International Auto Show.
Because Quattro all-wheel drive is Audi’s signature, the Q4 E-Tron will power both axles, which is not expected to be standard on the ID.4. Two electric motors — one for each axle — make a combined 302 horsepower and 339 pound-feet of torque. It will offer 125-kW fast charging, which should deliver an 80 percent charge in just over 30 minutes.