Technical Data

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Engine
Engine type
Performance data
Displacement, cc
1984 
Max. output, kW (PS) at rpm
180 (245)/5000-6500 
Max. torque, Nm at rpm
370/1600-4300 
Engine management
Exhaust emission control
Driveline
Layout
Clutch
Transmission
7-speed S tronic 
Suspension
Front
Rear
Tyres
Wheels
Brake system
Brake system
Steering
Steering
Weights
Unladen weight
1385 Kg
Gross weight limit
1805 Kg
Roof load limit/nose weight limit
Trailer weight limit
unbraked
at 12% gradient
at 8% gradient
Volumes
Luggage compartment
305/715 Litres
Fuel tank, approx.
55 Litres (approx.)
Fuel tank, approx.
Performance data
Top speed
155 mph
Acceleration 0-62 mph
5.1 Seconds
Insurance
ABI Insurance group
Comprehensive insurance
Partial coverage insurance
WLTP Consumption and Emissions *
What is WLTP?
Consumption (low)
Consumption (medium)
Consumption (high)
Consumption (extra-high)
Consumption (City)
Consumption (combined)
36.7 mpg
CO2-Emissions (combined)
175–174 g/km
Consumption (low)
Consumption (medium)
Consumption (high)
Consumption (extra-high)
Consumption (City)
Consumption (combined)
CO2 Emissions (combined)
Electrical range (combined)
Consumption (low)
Consumption (medium)
Consumption (high)
Consumption (extra-high)
Consumption (City)
Consumption (combined)
CO2 Emissions (combined)
Consumption (low)
Consumption (medium)
Consumption (high)
Consumption (extra-high)
Consumption (City)
Consumption (combined)
CO2 Emissions (combined)
WLTP CO2 - Combined
WLTP Fuel Consumption - Low
WLTP Fuel Consumption - Medium
WLTP Fuel Consumption - High
WLTP Fuel Consumption - Extra High
WLTP Fuel Consumption - Combined
Fuel grade
Petrol 
Emission class
Euro 6d-ISC-FCM 

* All vehicles are tested according to WLTP technical procedures. Figures shown are for comparability purposes; only compare fuel consumption, CO2 and equivalent electric range figures with other vehicles tested to the same technical procedures. These figures may not reflect real life driving results, which will depend upon a number of factors including the accessories fitted (post-registration), variations in weather, driving styles, vehicle load (and, for battery electric vehicles, the starting charge of the battery).

Figures for plug-in hybrid vehicles were obtained using a combination of battery power and fuel. Plug-in hybrid vehicles require mains electricity for charging.
Figures for battery electric vehicles were obtained after the battery had been fully charged. Battery electric vehicles require mains electricity for charging. Zero emissions while driving.
Figures quoted are subject to change due to ongoing approvals/changes and range figures may include options not available in the UK.
Please consult your local Audi Centre for further information.
Data correct at 1st April 2021.

**For Q4 e-tron and Q4 Sportback e-tron 50 quattro - Maximum power determined in accordance with UN GTR.21; up to 25 kW of this is accounted for by the overboost, which can be called up for max. 30 seconds. The power output available in individual driving situations depends on variable factors such as ambient temperature, charging/temperature/conditioning status or physical ageing of the high-voltage battery. In particular, for the maximum power (overboost) to be available a high-voltage battery temperature between 23 and 50°C and a battery charge level > 88% are required. Any deviations from the parameters specified above in particular can lead to reduced power output and even to the overboost not being available at all. To a certain extent, the battery temperature can be indirectly influenced via the auxiliary air conditioning function and the charge level and other parameters can be set in the vehicle. The power output currently available is displayed on the vehicle’s power meter. To maintain the high-voltage battery’s usable capacity as far as possible, it is recommended to set a charging target of 80% for the battery for day-to-day use (can be adjusted to 100% e.g. before long journeys).