Premium manufacturer Audi ushered in the era of electric mobility in 2018 with the launch of the Audi e-tron, marking the start of the brand’s electric future with the four rings. Since then, the model has been setting standards in the luxury electric SUV class. The new Audi Q8 e-tron now continues the success story of the electric pioneer. As the top model in the electric SUV and crossover range, it features an optimized driving concept, improved aerodynamics, higher charging performance and extended battery capacity, increasing the range to 582 km in the SUV and up to 600 km in the Sportback. (both according to WLTP). Significant updates, especially at the front of the vehicle, give the new flagship SUV a fresher look. Audi announced its electric future about four years ago with the launch of the Audi e-tron. Since then, the company has adhered to its sustainability roadmap, with an electric portfolio of eight models. By 2026, there will be more than 20, and from then on, Audi will only launch fully electric models on the global market. Audi offers the new Q8 e-tron as a classic SUV and a dynamically styled Sportback, which combines the spaciousness of an SUV with the elegant lines of a large coupe. At 4,915 mm long, 1,937 mm wide and 1,619 mm (Sportback) or 1,633 mm (SUV) high, the Q8 e-tron offers maximum space and comfort. The SQ8 e-tron and SQ8 Sportback e-tron are two millimeters flatter and 39mm wider.