Audi e-tron

Audi e-tron, Features and Highlights

Audi e-tron gains popularity among electric SUVs in Europe. German luxury carmaker Audi’s e-tron, part of the Volkswagen Group, topped the list with sales of 17,641 units in the first six months of this year. Audi claims to be the world’s leading e-sport utility vehicle (SUV) segment, not just in Europe. The company also reported 87% growth in e-tron sales over the previous year.

Launched as an SUV, the e-tron range now includes the e-tron Sportback, e-tron S and e-tron Sportback S. The flagship variant of the e-tron 55 is estimated to run at 436 km on a single charge. The range of the Sportback is 446 km. The e-tron is powered by a 95 kW, liquid cooled, lithium ion battery mounted between the axles. The car with all wheel drive layout has two electric motors with each axle. These motors generate 265 kW of power and 561 Nm of torque.

Audi e-tron

It accelerates from a standstill to 100 km / h in just 6.6 seconds and has a top speed of 200 km / h. If the boost function of the car is activated, the maximum power will increase to 300 kW and the torque to 664 Nm. With this, the car can reach a top speed of 100 kmph in just 5.7 seconds. ‌

Considering sales, Norway is the main market for e-tron, accounts for 92% of Audi car sales in the country. Etron accounts for 93% of all Audi sales in Iceland. Etron accounts for 12 per cent of Audi sales in Sweden and 14 per cent of Audi sales in Israel. Audi plans to launch the Q4 e-Tron and e-tron GT in the e-tron electric vehicle range next year. Audi e-tron was also launched in India. However, it is not clear when the car will go on sale.

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