Audi Q4 e-Tron
The waiting time for the Audi Q4 e-Tron has increased due to high demand. And now the waiting time for the Audi Q4 e-Tron has gone up to 18 months, which could be a bit of a hassle for new customers.
But considering its high demand, Audi is going to start production of its new Q4 e-Tron. According to the Auto Motive News website, Audi is going to start production of this Q4 e-Tron in Belgium due to the high demand.
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The Audi Q4 e-Tron has been a runaway success which is good news for Audi. But on the other hand, the fact is that due to the high demand for microchips and supply issues, the waiting time for this model has reached one and a half years, which can become a significant problem for many of its customers.
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Until now, Audi has produced its Q4 e-Tron and its coupe version, the Q4 Sportback e-Tron, at a plant in Germany. Where the CUPRA Born and the Volkswagen ID 3 ID 4 and ID 5 are also assembled. The company is operating at its maximum capacity in practice, despite which waiting times for models such as the ID3 have already reached one year.
And in view of this, Audi has decided to adapt its plant in Brussels Belgium to accommodate the production of the Q4 e-Tron in order to reduce its waiting time. So that the production of the Audi Q4 e-Tron can be done at maximum and timely delivery to the customers.
Even though the start of production has been postponed by a month compared to the initial estimates, it should start before the end of 2022. Zwickau will be in charge of supplying the required batteries to the Belgian plant. It is interesting to note that the Q4 Sportback e-Tron will continue to be assembled exclusively in Germany, at least for the time being.
Juan Vasquez, or “juantio,” is an Automotive Engineer from Brooklyn with over seven years at Standard Motor Products. He’s also the Chief Editor at SUV Bazar. An active member of the SMP Softball team, Juan is affiliated with giants like Siemens and Google. He’s currently seeking new opportunities in automation engineering.