If you’re waiting on a DC charger, Audi’s cabin is a great place to spend some time. In keeping with e-tron’s “Don’t Start Anyone” strategy, the dashboard doesn’t stray too far from what you’ll find in other luxury Audi models. There’s nothing flashy and self-sustaining that we’ve seen electric cars throw at it.

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In fact, the Q8 e-tron’s twin screens feel underwhelming compared to, say, the large MBUX Hyperscreen in a Mercedes, or the curved glass above the dashboard of a BMW i7. The floor features quad-zone climate control (with a heat pump for efficient operation) and heated front seats and steering wheel, as well as displaying a voice-activated keyboard.

At the top, the larger dashboard features navigation, multimedia, and wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The driver gets a 12.3-inch virtual cockpit display.

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A panoramic sunroof is standard, while a head-up display and massaging front seats are optional. Upgrading the base trim’s leather seats to fancier leather is also available. Cruise control and lane guidance, blind spot warnings, and front and rear emergency braking assistance are all standard; The Premium Plus trim adds a 360-degree camera, while the Prestige trim throws in Intelligent Park Assist to help pull the EV in and out of parking spaces.

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Everything sounds great, front and rear. While the Q8 e-tron SUV can hold 29 cu-ft in its trunk, or 57 cu-ft with the rear seats folded, the Sportback sees that drop slightly to 27 cu-ft and 55 cu-ft, respectively.

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