Audi have recently announced they will have 17 plug-in cars on the road by the end of 2020, 12 of which will be PHEVs and the remaining 5 all-electric. This comes as the firm, which is part of the VW Group, has revealed they’ll be spending €12 billion ($12.79 billion USD) on electrification between now and 2024. By 2025, Audi will sell around 30 electric models (20 of which will be all-electric) and EVs will represent about 40% of their total sales.
So, what are the 5 all-electric models Audi will be selling by the end of the year? Firstly, there’s the e-tron SUV – which has been in production since late 2018 and has so far shifted around 32,000 units. Then, there’s the coupé version of it, the e-tron Sportback (above), which was revealed in production form last November. A smaller version of the e-tron, known as the Q4 e-tron, will also arrive soon – with a range of around 280 miles and an expected MSRP under $60k. This will be followed in late 2020 by a production version of the e-tron GT super sedan – which shares a chassis with the Porsche Taycan. We anticipate it will carry a $125k sticker price. Finally, there’s the Q2L e-tron, simply an electrified version of the Q2 with a 165 mile range (however, this is only sold in China). A concept version showcasing an A3-sized EV based off the Volkswagen ID.3 is expected to be unveiled before the end of this year too, however it probably wont’t be going into production until 2022 so it doesn’t make the list below.
All-electric Audis available // coming in 2020*:
(1) Audi e-tron (already available)
(2) Audi e-tron Sportback (mid-2020)
(3) Audi e-tron GT (late-2020)
(4) Audi Q4 e-tron (late-2020)
(5) Audi Q2L e-tron (already available in China)
*COVID-19 could lead to delays