The 2019 Geneva Auto Show has been a blockbuster for everything from ultra-performance hypercars to the future of urban mobility and the coming wave of electric vehicles. Audi continued to demonstrate its commitment to EVs with the Q4 E-tron concept, an all-electric SUV and the fifth of twelve planned cars in the E-tron lineup. The Q4 will slot between the smaller Q3 and larger Q4 as an entry-level electric crossover. The Q4 has a motor for each axle, producing a total of 302 horsepower and a 0-60 time of 6.3 seconds. Audi estimates 279 miles of range and a charge time of 0-80% in 30 minutes. The interior features a heads-up display and 12.3-inch infotainment screen, along with recycled materials and environmentally-safe paint. The Q4 will be available in dealers in late 2020.