Audi is launching its new electric vehicle, the Audi 2024 E-Tron, later this year. The new model will replace the current E-Tron. Not only will the name change, but also the interior and exterior design of the vehicle be updated. The exterior of the car will be updated primarily in the front. The grille will be the most noticeable change. A new pattern is included in the redesign of the front fascia. The headlights have also been slightly revised to give them a modern look.
The entire front of the car has been redesigned to reduce drag, including the radiator grille. This part will close when you exceed 50 km/h to reduce air resistance. The rear bumper has been replaced and the taillights are also slightly altered. The vehicle’s silhouette remains unchanged. The previous model has not changed significantly. All of the changes mentioned are meant to reduce the SUV’s resistance to air and improve its mileage. The new 2024 Audi Q8 comes with 21-inch wheels featuring a modern, new design.
2024 Audi Q8 Review
Like the current E-Tron, the new Audi Q8 2024 is also powered by two electric engines. The motors in the standard model will produce 350 horsepower and 400 pounds-feet of torque. In the S-Line version, they will produce 415 horsepower and 500 pounds-feet of torque. The new Audi Q8 SUV, like the E-Tron Concept, will feature the popular all-wheel-drive Quattro System. Normally, the SUV is rear-wheel driven. In some cases, however, the vehicle will switch to all-wheel driving.
The battery of the car will be the biggest change. The size of the battery remains the same, even though the capacity has increased (from 95 to 110 kWh). Audi achieved this by arranging the batteries differently and by using the new nickel-cobalt-aluminum (NCA) cell chemistry. All of the above will allow the Audi Q8 2024 to reach 370 miles using the European WLTP Standard. This is a 30% increase over the previous model. The new engine, which is more powerful and aerodynamically designed will allow the Q8 to reach 0-60 in 4.3 seconds. The towing capacity remains the same at 4000 pounds.
The changes inside the cockpit will not be as important as the ones on the exterior. There will be some. Just like the previous model, the center console will feature two displays. The 11-inch main screen and the 8.3-inch second screen will both be available. The third screen will be an updated digital instrument cluster. Amazon Alexa is one of the many standard features in this SUV. Other standard features include Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, and Satellite Radio.
You can also get a 360-degree camera and a wireless charger. Bang & Olufsen will provide the sound. The new Audi Q8 2024 will come with several high-tech gadgets, including a charger that can deliver 80 amps, as well as new wheel designs (21-inch Aero Structure Design wheels and 22-inch 6-segment Spoke Design wheels), heated leather seats, side mirror memory, and more. Audi will also offer three optional packages.
The Premium Package includes Valcona leather front seats, with massage and ventilation functions. The Leather Package is included in this grade. Interior leather accents are added to the instrument panel and knee pad. The heated rear seats, ambient lighting in multicolor, and charging ports for the rear seats have also been added.
The Technology Package includes a 360-degree camera with traffic sign recognition and active lane assistance, as well as HUD, adaptive cruise control, turn assist, and parking AID+. Black Optics is for those who prefer a more stealthy look. The Black Optics package gives a more aggressive look with its black window trim, front mask in black, mirrors in black, front mask, and grille.
2024 Audi Q8 Release Date and Price
Audi hasn’t yet officially announced the release date for the new Audi Q8 2024, but we expect that it will go on sale in late 2023. Prices will be slightly higher than last year’s model. The base model will cost $75,000 and the S-Line version $90,000. The competition in the market for modern full-electric SUVs is fierce.
It will include BMW iX and Tesla Model Y as well as Cadillac Lyriq and Mercedes-Benz EQS. Genesis GV60 also competes. We hope the new Audi with its improved design and autonomy will make its way to consumers.