Audi has confirmed pricing and specifications for its new Q8 e-tron line-up.
The newly renamed Q8 e-tron, which takes its place as the largest electric SUV in Audi’s range, will cost £67,800 and is available to order ahead of first UK deliveries in April 2023.
Four trim levels will be available from launch – Sport, S Line, Black Edition and Vorsprung. The line-up will also be topped by a performance SQ8 version, though a release date for this will be announced ‘at a later date’, according to Audi.
The Tour Pack, which costs £1,995, adds adaptive cruise control with active lane assist, emergency assist, and turn assist among other features. The City Assist Pack, priced at £1,495, adds pre-sense rear, exit warning and cross traffic assist.
In terms of range, the 50 e-tron will return up to 281 miles in regular form, or 290 miles in the slightly more aerodynamic version. The 55, in contrast, brings up to 330 miles in SUV form or 343 miles in Sportback guise.
Both cars can accept up to 150kW of charging speed, which would result in a 10 to 80 per cent charge taking 28 minutes in the 50 e-tron, or 31 miles in the 55 e-tron.