The new Audi Q8 e-tron takes a bow

The stylish contract hire Audi Q8 e-tron will help to underpin the carmaker’s benchmark in the electric luxury SUV segment.

The new Q8 e-tron builds on the e-tron’s previous successes with the new electric Sportback and SUV delivering improved aerodynamics, better battery capacity in higher charging performance.

Drivers get an increased range of 330 miles in the SUV, while the Sportback delivers 343 miles.

The new contract hire Audi Q8 e-tron has been unveiled with improved range and efficiency.

Audi Q8 e-tron car lease range

There’s no doubt that the Audi Q8 e-tron car lease range is the firm’s flagship model, and they feature new rear and front designs that also incorporate the firm’s electric design language of the future.

These are spacious models with lots of space for those in the cabin, particularly for those sitting in the rear seats.

The entry-level model gets an 89kWh battery, while other models feature a 106kWh battery.

This means that with two motors, the entry level versions have 340 PS of power and torque of 664Nm.

The more powerful battery generates 408 PS with torque of 664Nm.

The top speed of the most powerful version, the Q8 50 e-tron, is restricted to 124 mph.

The top end variants feature three motors with the power of 503 PS and torque of 973Nm. The top speed is restricted to 130 mph.

40 driver assistance systems

The new model also features improved aerodynamics and there are 40 driver assistance systems including five cameras, five radar sensors and 12 ultrasonic sensors that generate information to keep the car safe.

A new feature, available from late next year, is remote park assist plus that enables the driver to move into a tight parking space when standing outside of their vehicle.

Drivers also get digital matrix LED headlights and, as with all luxury Audi cars, the new model has the firm’s MMI touch response system.

This uses two large hybrid screens; the top screen is 10.1-inches, and the lower screen is 8.6-inches. These two screens replace most of the car’s usual knobs and switches and most features can be activated through voice control.

Q8 e-tron uses more recycled materials

The Audi Q8 e-tron also follows other new car launches by using more recycled materials in its build.

These are used for the carpets, damping and insulating the interior and some technical materials use recycled plastic bottles.

Synthetic leather is used for the sports seats for some specifications, while other models feature recycled polyester for the seats.

The contract hire Audi Q8 e-tron offers a spacious, all-electric SUV to impress with excellent levels of luxury and handling to make this a stylish car to lease in the segment.