The inside of the Q4 is pretty nice, which you would expect from Audi. The shape of the dashboard has lots of angels and gives it a modern feel, it's wrapped in different trims in grey and black which is really sharp. The hexagonal steering wheel which you get on the higher-spec versions is really cool, when you turn the car on the buttons and switches on the wheel light up which is a really cool feature. Seats are plush, comfy yet sporty, and fully loaded, the S for S-line is embossed in the leather which is a nice touch, and the door cards and headliner are plush and luxurious.
The seating position is actually really good in this car, is very adjustable, and has a sporty feel but with lots of headroom. The interior feels modern with a large screen and nice carpeting with an angled dash giving it a futuristic look. There is plenty of connectivity offered with a USB port, a 12v port, and wireless charging. Two cup holders and decent-sized door bins won’t see you lacking for storage.
The infotainment system is intuitive and easy to use, it ties in with the digital dash for navigation, etc so some really nice display setting options. Once you plug your smartphone in it has Apple or Android car phone views which are super easy to use. Climate control is also simple and easy to use with some nice buttons easily operable while keeping your attention on the road.
In the back, it is very spacious and feels roomier than the Q3 with plenty of head and legroom. Again, plenty of storage in the door bins, and the middle armrest is available too. The floor is flat and nothing cumbersome if someone is sitting in the middle, you wouldn’t realize the batteries are underneath.
The trunk is large with a volume of 520 liters which is plenty of space for some reasonable golf bags, and the seats do collapse to provide a massive space if needed.