- Power output ranges from 312hp to 435hp in the variants available globally
- The top speed of the vehicle is 190 kph
- Audi e-Tron has a range upto 441km on the European WLTP driving cycle.
Audi is soon going to launch its first all-electric SUV in India. The car named e-tron and e-tron Sportback are set to be launched in India on July 22, 2021. The Audi e-tron will going to be the first electric car of the company in India.
As per design, the e-tron follows same Audi design cues. In front you get to see sharply-cut LED headlights. As per, the standard SUV gets a more upright silhouette, the e-tron Sportback is marked out by a roofline that slopes downwards after the B-pillar, ending in a sharply raked hatch.
On the inside, the e-tron vehicles have a 10.1-inch touchscreen for the infotainment system along with a 8.8-inch touch display down below for the climate control.
It got various exciting features, a wireless phone charger, panoramic sunroof, a powered tailgate, zone climate control, and electric adjustment for the steering wheel and powered front seats.
If we talk about powertrain, the entry-level e-tron 50 has powerful electric motors that generate 312hp of power with 540 Nm of torque. It comes equipped with a powerful 71.2kWh battery that gives the maximum distance of 341km in a single charge. The top speed of the vehicle is 190 kph.
E-tron 55 manage to produce 360 hp of peak power and 561 Nm torque. Further, It can go from zero to 100 in 6.6 seconds. It has a massive 95kWh battery that makes it cover 441 kms on one charge more than e-tron 50. The top speed of the vehicle is 200 mph.
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The e-tron battery can be charged from 0-80 percent in just 8.5 hours (probably overnight) using an 11kW AC charger, or in just 30 minutes using a DC fast charger rated at 150kW.
The Audi SUV going to be expensive. Expect the company to launch the e-tron at a starting price of Rs 1.20 crore (estimated, ex-showroom, India). Do tell us in comment section what you think about new Audi e-tron