Audi Q8 e-tron
Formerly called just the e-tron, does the Audi Q8 e-tron warrant its position in the line-up?
Renamed in 2023, and nicking the Q8 name from its internal-combustion-engined sibling, the Q8 e-tron gets a decent one-charge range thanks to a massive battery and improved efficiency from its twin electric motors. Quattro four-wheel drive is standard, and it’s an impressive thing to drive, even if you’re never unaware of the massive weight involved (2.5 tonnes unladen...). The cabin looks and feels great, as you’d expect, but it’s an expensive car.
Audi Q8 e-tron Tech Specs
Model featuredAudi Q8 e-tron
Official WLTP range between charges410-582km
Battery details (usable capacity)89-106kWh lithium-ion
Electric motor details250-300kW dual-motor
Fastest recharging rate150-170kW on DC
Energy consumption20.1-24.4kWh per 100km
Maximum power output339-407hp
Maximum torque output664Nm
0-100km/h5.6-6.0 seconds
Towing capability1,800kg braked
Kerb weight

Last updated on October 9, 2023
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