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Audi’s First all-Electric SUV | E-tron | Features & Spec

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AUDI's first electric SUV | Best in performance & features
AUDI's first electric SUV | Best in performance & features

Audi e-Tron is the first fully battery-operated vehicle by the German auto carmaker Audi, which was launched in 2019. The SUV comes with 2 battery options of 95kWh & 71 kWh with a range of 328 kms & 250 kms respectively.

e-Tron is an All-Wheel Drive (AWD) and operates with two electric batteries at front and rear, with 150kW DC Charging and a range up to 87kms from a 10 minutes charge at a public charging station.

Specifications of E-Tron SUV

  • Power: 360 PS & 561 Nm (664 Nm in boost)
  • 0-100 kms/hr : 6.6 seconds (5.7 secs in boost)
  • Top Speed: 200 km/hr
  • Battery: 71kWh & 95kWh Li-ion Battery

Also read: VOLVO XC40 Recharge E-SUV Features

Dimensions

  • Wheelbase: 2,928 mm
  • Length: 4,901 mm
  • Width: 1,935 mm (body)
  • Height: 1,616 mm
  • Kerb Weight: 2,560 kg
  • Boot space: 660 Ltrs

The car comes with five seats, adaptive air suspension, LED headlights, 360-degree cameras and charging points on both sides of the vehicle. The interiors are top notch and are given a more futuristic look.

Also read: Shared Mobility Industrie’s Adoption of Electric Vehicles

Audi E-tron Features & Performance

Audi E-tron Features & Performance

Features of Audi E-Tron 

  • Smartphone connectivity to Android Auto & Apple Car Play
  • Automated Emergency Braking
  • Blind Spot Monitoring
  • Lane Keeping Assist
  • LED DRL
  • Multimedia Interface & Infotainment

One of the most important features is that the side mirrors have been replaced by cameras, something Audi calls “virtual mirrors”. The air suspension system, quiet cabin, & the luxurious seats all this along with the quad-zone climate control makes the ride more comfortable & safe.

Also read: Tesla Model 3 Variants and Performance

Audi is going to launch the Sportback version of e-tron car with a range up to 500kms and an acceleration of 4.5 seconds to reach 0 to 100kms. Audi is also planning an alliance with Sanyo batteries to produce new batteries and electronic components for future concept vehicles.

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