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With the world premiere of the Audi Q4 e-tron concept Audi is giving an glimpse at yet another all-electric car at the Geneva Motor Show 2019. Besides that four new PHEV models mark the Audi plug-in hybrid offensive – another step in the electrification strategy.

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