The Audi E-Tron electric SUV is claimed to have a driving range of 452 kilometers on a single charge; the SUV body style will be available first in India.
Audi India has confirmed the domestic launch date of the all-electric e-Tron. The e-Tron was supposed to go on sale on July 22, but the re-emergence of the health crisis seriously hampered the plans. The Audi e-Tron will compete with the recently introduced Jaguar I-Pace and Mercedes-Benz EQC.
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The Jaguar I-Pace, launched in March 2021, costs Rs1.06 crore with a 470-kilometer range while the Mercedes-Benz EQC costs Rs 99.30 lakh (ex-showroom), with a market price of up to 471 kilometers in October 2020. The new Audi e-Tron is available as an SUV and as a Sportback in two different body styles (GT performance sedan is also available globally).
In India, the e-Tron is first put into the SUV and comes with numerous distinctive visual features compared to the SUVs of the IC-engined Q-series. A single image octagonal front grille decorated in chrome, a sleek matrix LED headlamp with integrated daylight, a broad greenhouse, full-width lights for the LED tail, etc… are some of the highlights.
The Audi e-Tron is the first in its concept form to feature a camera as a virtual external mirror and was first shown at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show. It’s also designed with a sporty alloy wheel, double tone stroke, and prominent wheel arches. The zero-emission SUV uses two electric engines, which can generate 355 bhp. As regards performance.
It also develops a 561 Nm torque and in boost mode, the performance is 408 bhp and 664 Nm. It also features an intelligent brake energy recovery system to help drive by using a braking force of 90%. The manufacturer based in Ingolstadt claims that the e-Tron could accelerate in just 6.6 seconds from zero to 100 kmph, before reaching the 200 kmph mark.
The 95 kWh battery pack can deliver 452 km with a single charge and can refill up to 100% in a total of eight and a half hours by means of a regular cargo charge. In Boost mode the 95 kWh battery pack is extracted more Lithium-ion, which is installed low on the chassis to support a lower center of gravity for greater riding and handling characteristics “as read and reported by gaadiwaadi.com”.