With the Q8 designation, Audi emphasizes that the Audi Q8 e-tron is the flagship model among the company's electric SUVs and crossovers. When you see an Audi Q8 e-tron or Q8 Sportback e-tron, you know it's an electric vehicle, and the new front design helps advance Audi's electric car design even further. The Audi Q8 e-tron has a new look on the outside.
Approximately 150,000 Audi e-tron have been delivered since the car's birth four years ago, demonstrating that Audi remains committed to its electric road plan. From its current eight models, the electric car portfolio will grow to almost 20 by 2026. The switch to only releasing fully electric vehicles in global markets occurred the same year.
The specifications for the Audi Q8 e-tron are:4,915 mm in length, 1,937 mm in width, 1,619 mm in height for the Sportback, and 1,633 mm for the SUV. There is a 2 mm drop in size and a 39 mm expansion in width between the SQ8 e-tron and the SQ8 Sportback e-tron. The rear passengers will like the extra space afforded by the car's 2,928-millimeter wheelbase. The electric SUV and the Sportback have generous luggage capacities of 569 and 528 liters, respectively. Moreover, the "frunk" compartment in the vehicle's front has a capacity of 62 liters.
Three distinct electric four-wheel drive configurations are offered across two body types: Both the standard Audi Q8 50 e-tron SUV and the base Audi Q8 50 Sportback e-tron hatchback are powered by two electric motors capable of producing 250 kW in boost mode and 664 Nm of torque, and they can travel up to 491 and 505 kilometers, respectively, on a single charge when measured using the WLTP standard.