Audi Q2 L e-tron is 33 mm longer than the standard variant with a long wheelbase and has a range of 265 km purely electric
Audi has the Chinese market as one of the most significant in the whole world as it has a significant influence on the achievement of large volumes. Like every mainstream car manufacturer, Audi has sophisticated plans for the future and electromobility is on the list. The Ingolstadt-based brand has recently started taking auto shows in China seriously.
At the Shanghai Motor Show 2019, Audi presented an interesting concept called AI: ME in addition to the e-tron and Q2 L e-tron. The e-tron range has got off to a good start as the brand’s first all-electric crossover has been well received in mass production around the world and is gradually entering the markets.
The e-tron will be manufactured in China from 2020. On the other hand, the China-specific Q2 L e-tron is also very important. The Q2 L is the long version of the regular Q2, which acts as Audi’s entry-level luxury crossover in many developed markets.
However, the Q2 L e-tron according to China specifications will be produced locally before the e-tron at the Foshan plant before the first deliveries begin in the coming months. It’s 33mm longer than the regular Q2, which allows for a more spacious cabin and uses an electric motor built into the front axle.
It is enough to develop a maximum power of 134 hp and 290 Nm. Audi claims the 38 kWh battery can deliver a range of 265 km on a single charge. The Q2 L e-tron looks different to the naked eye than the regular model and has a nice-looking front panel.
It has a different design from the grid and other subtle changes. The Q2 L e-tron and e-tron mark a new era for Audi and its local partner FAW in China. Audi has not yet made official whether the Q2 L e-tron will be launched on the Chinese market.
Audi Q2 L e-tron pictures