The 2022 Audi Q4 e-Tron is all set to be the fourth variant of the German automaker’s product line to debut in the United States. Based on the Volkswagen Group’s MEB platform, the electric SUV is on par with the 2021 Audi Q5 by packing cargo space behind the front seats. Additionally, the vehicle will come with a new augmented-reality HUD system with a flying arrow to enhance its navigation capabilities.
As the company always does, the 2022 Q4 e-Tron is currently being showcased covered in camouflage. However, the exterior design is going to be very similar to the Q4 e-Tron concept the automaker showcased in 2019.
The vehicle is indicative of the company’s luxury approach. It boasts of a 10.3-inch instrument cluster housing the all-digital “virtual cockpit” which has been the norm for several cars from the automaker. Also, the dash is going to sport the latest version of the company’s MMI infotainment system.
An augmented reality head-up display (HUD) as recently seen on the Mercedes MBUX will be installed on the vehicle’s windshield. Drivers would be able to seamlessly navigate using several navigation elements superimposed onto the windshield.
A dynamic floating arrow will guide the driver for the upcoming route actions and project additional information about intersections. The technology should be extremely useful at roundabouts and complex intersections by staying ahead of a turn to help the driver stay on the correct route.
The exact pricing hasn’t been revealed yet but it can be speculated that the 2022 Audi Q4 e-tron will start at around $55,000. It is expected to go into production by the end of this year with vehicle deliveries expected to begin in early next year.
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