The recently introduced Audi e-tron Sportback offers the choice between sports coupé styling, while an Audi e-tron GT Concept with 590 hp, 0-100 km / h in 3.5 seconds, a range of 449 miles and ultra-fast 20-minute charging times 80% capacity is in preparation. With a view to the future, an Audi Q4 e-tron Concept is also planned, which offers a more compact, city-friendly SUV alternative without compromising on range, comfort or practicality.
And meanwhile, Audi has kept its broader approach to electrification with an extensive and growing line of advanced TFSI-e plug-in hybrid models that greatly improve fuel efficiency here and now and reduce emissions for drivers who don’t . want to take the step to fully electrics.
Look into the future of e-tron
In the past, Vorsprung durch Technik meant performance, safety and efficiency. Today in the world of e-tron, “progress through technology” means sustainability and future-oriented solutions for the use of our resources. For this reason, Audi’s e-tron philosophy is not only changing the design and drive of Audi cars – it is also changing the way Audis are made, charged and driven.
Sustainability is so much more than just reducing a car’s CO2 emissions, and just as we talk about “farm to fork” sustainability when it comes to food, Audi looks at every element of the “cradle-to-grave” life of electric cars – This also includes how the raw materials of a car are extracted, how they are shaped and shaped in the factory and what happens to them at the end of the life of the car.