- Audi e-tron concept to be revealed at Geneva Motor Show 2019
- To be presented as a mass-market vehicle either in late 2020 or early in 2021
- To get distinctive Coupe-SUV body styling
German premium car manufacturer, Audi has released the sketches for the e-tron concept ahead of its official unveiling on 5 March at the Geneva Motor Show. The concept provides a glimpse of the next stage of Audi electric mobility and is due to be presented as a volume-production vehicle either in late 2020 or early in 2021. The sketches are likely to be more-or-less similar to the production model that is due to be introduced at a later date.
As can be derived from the sketches, the production version of the e-tron concept is expected to get a distinctive Coupe-SUV styling. The vehicle will get an aggressive fascia with large family grille and muscular bumper with sleek LED headlamps. Although the concept version is likely to feature large 22-inch wheels, the production version is expected to get 18-inch wheels.
As for the interior, the vehicle will get large touchscreen panels instead of buttons for a modern appeal. The vehicle will get premium leather upholstery and most of the elements will be carried forward from the existing models. The standard Q4 is expected to get similar updates and is likely to go on sale in 2020. The Q4 e-tron, on the other hand, will undergo production only after the debut of the standard Q4.