Weeks ahead of its official debut at Auto Shanghai 2019 next month, the Audi Q2L e-tron has leaked in all its glory. Here are the images giving you the first look at the German automaker’s brand-new pure electric SUV without camouflage or any other sort of disguise.
The Audi Q2L e-tron features a slightly different front-end from the Audi Q2L. The biggest difference is that it features the Audi e-tron-inspired Singleframe grille with vertical struts. As in the flagship pure electric SUV, the partially shut-off grille is painted in grey colour - identifying it as a fully electric model.
At each corner of the front bumper, there are L-shaped LED lights for a stronger visual presence. These lights are highlighted by an angular C-shaped chrome detail, and on their inner side, it looks like there are vertical air inlets.
Moving to the sides, the eye-catching blade on the flat C-pillar carries ‘e-tron’ insignia with two horizontal stripes covering rest of the length. There are three different alloy wheels to choose from, in conventional, partly conventional and partly aerodynamic, and fully aerodynamic designs. At the rear, the Audi Q2L e-tron is distinguished from the regular model with a more elegant bumper garnish and a ’30 e-tron’ badge on the tailgate.
The Audi Q2L e-tron is 4,237 mm long, 1,785 mm wide and 1,548 mm high. Its wheelbase spans a length of 2,628 mm. The eco-friendly SUV uses a 100 kW (136 PS) electric motor and can attain a top speed of 150 km/h. The battery pack capacity, charging time and range aren't out yet.
Series production of the Audi Q2L e-tron in Foshan (Guangdong Province, China) is scheduled to commence later this year.