Audi Q4 e-tron is Autocar’s Most Desirable Car of the Year

The Audi Q4 e-tron has added another accolade to its expanding trophy cabinet after winning Most Desirable Car of the Year 2023 at the recent New Zealand Autocar Awards. Vehicles introduced in the last twelve months are eligible for consideration and judged on a wide range of criteria including value for money, space and style, and the quality of aftersales service. This award clearly highlighting Audi’s commitment to industry-leading design, performance, and quality.

“Those looking for a premium vehicle would be wise to check out the Audi Q4, an astute way to get a set of electrified rings in your garage. The line-up includes the regular Q4, with a more traditional SUV bodystyle, and the Sportback with the racier looking roofline, both offering a dual-motor option. This gives 220kW and 460Nm for effortless progress. And with an 82kWh battery, there’s almost 500km of range.

At 4.59m long, this is urban friendly yet spacious inside. Those in the back get impressive leg room and the boot is plenty big enough for the task. The steering assistance is light at city pace, and while there are multiple modes of motor regen to choose from, this EV is not complex to drive. The dual-motor 50 model has plenty of go, delivering the usual instant surge of torque when required. And it isn’t too hungry for volts.”

New Zealand Autocar

“Most will like the look of this, and it’s a spacious, easy-to-drive vehicle, with all the conveniences and enough luxury to justify the price.”

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