They might not be everyone’s cup of tea, but they just keep on coming
Audi Q4 Sportback e-tron
Audi’s first ground-up electric SUV, the Q4 e-tron, spawned a coupeified variant back in 2020, as the trend for sportier coupe crossovers started to gather momentum. No, we’re not sure why either.
At time of writing, it’s available in two flavours. The two-wheel-drive 40 Sportback e-tron gets a 77kWh (usable) battery mated to a rear 201bhp motor and electric range of up to 328 miles, while the 50 e-tron Sportback quattro gets the same battery but with an extra front motor for four-wheel drive, boosting power to 295bhp but reducing the official range to 318 miles.
As ever with coupeified crossovers, it sacrifices a little headroom and bootspace in favour of style compared to its full-size SUV sibling, while you can expect to pay around £1.5k extra.
Skoda Enyaq iV Coupe
Skoda’s five-seat electric SUV has won plenty of plaudits for its affordability, practicality, and family friendliness (not least from us), so it was only natural that a coupeified variant would follow.
The Enyaq Coupe iV 80 gets a 201bhp electric motor powering the front wheels and 77kWh battery for an all-electric range of up to 345 miles, while the 80x model gets a dual motor 261bhp set-up for four-wheel drive and the same-sized battery for up to 322 miles of electric range.
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