Audi Q4 e-Tron 40

₱3,350,000 – ₱4,500,000

General Information

Adaptive cruise control with a lane-centering feature is newly standard on all Q4 e-tron models for 2024. The SUV’s steering wheel also gains paddle shifters that allow for quick adjustments of the regenerative braking levels. Premium models with the Convenience package now include a programmable garage door opener; this feature is now standard on Premium Plus and Prestige trims.

265 Kms

Range

82 kWh

Battery Size

180 kph

Top Speed

AWD

Dual Motor

Audi Q4 e-tron Photos

Detailed Specs

While the 2024 Audi Q4 e-tron and Q4 e-tron Sportback both offer a package that’s good for reducing those range anxieties, neither are class leaders in this metric. The rear-wheel drive 40 is rated for up to 265 miles per charge, which is more than most drivers will do in a day’s worth of commuting and errand running. And the Q4 e-tron is capable of mastering such tasks, thanks to a practical cabin that offers similar cargo space as the gas-powered Q5; buyers of the sleeker-looking Q4 e-tron Sportback will give up some cargo area in the name of fashion. Rivals such as the Volvo XC40 Recharge and the Tesla Model Y offer similar packages, though, and both offer more driving range, leaving the Audi with its tech-filled cabin and handsome styling as its core selling points.
Even though the Q4 e-tron is quite a bit smaller than the Q8 e-tron on the outside, its interior is surprisingly accommodating, as pointed out in our Expert Rating below. You can easily fit 6-footers in the rear seats and you’re only taking a 15% hit to cargo capacity. Even the coupe-like Sportback model won’t force many sacrifices. Unlike some other EVs, the Q4 isn’t a drag-race demon right off the line. It accelerates more like a conventional SUV, and while slower than some rivals, it’s still plenty quick for the majority of drivers. As much as we like the rush of acceleration, it reduces range and the novelty wears off quickly.
Audi typically offers a strong tech package and it was no different in our test vehicle. Our Prestige trim test vehicle benefited from the upgraded Audi Virtual Cockpit, which displays a handy navigation map right in your gauge cluster. This trim also features a new augmented reality head-up display, which projects your turn-by-turn directions on the windshield, which we found pretty neat. The Q4 also has the first audio system tuned by Sonos. Sound quality was good, though we didn’t find it particularly special in any way.

There are plenty of USB ports on board plus an optional wireless charger as well as wireless and wired smartphone connectivity with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Audi’s voice control system understands some natural language, allowing you to adjust the climate control and make all the usual common commands. But it’s not quite as advanced as some of the newest voice recognition systems in other brands.

The interior of the Q4 is a definite highlight. The cabin is easy to slip into and offers generous space and great outward visibility for occupants once inside. Headroom is plentiful, and even people well over 6 feet will fit in the rear row. The floor is also flat in back, making legroom feel even more abundant.

The Q4 recognizes when the key is present so you can just get in and go — no need to power the vehicle on with a button first. Audi’s touchscreen menu is not the easiest to navigate, but in the realm of touchscreen controls these are better than others and certainly a huge upgrade from what’s in the closely related Volkswagen ID.4. Our biggest gripe involves the touch-sensitive steering wheel controls. They’re not as easy to use as the old buttons and we fumbled inputs a few times.

Forward collision warning with automatic braking (warns you of an impending collision and applies the brakes in certain scenarios)

Adaptive cruise control (maintains a driver-set distance between the Audi and the car in front)

Lane keeping system (makes minor steering corrections to help keep the vehicle centered in its lane)

Blind-spot warning with rear cross-traffic warning (alerts you if a vehicle is in your blind spot during a lane change or while in reverse)

Featured Highlights

Dashboard Screen

11.6-inch touchscreen infotainment system

Connection

Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone integration

Parking Sensors

Alert you to obstacles that may not be visible in front of or behind the vehicle when parking

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Vehicle Maintenance and Customer Service Support

We will connect you to our dealer partner who provides the following: 

  • 3-year car warranty or 100k kms
  • 8-year battery warranty or 160k kms
  • After-sales and Customer Service

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