Today, Audi opened the bookings for the Audi e-tron and e-tron Sportback in the Indian market. The brand has set the booking amount to INR 5 lakh for both the Audi e-tron and Audi e-tron Sportback. Not too long ago, we reported that Audi is planning to introduce the e-tron & e-tron Sportback in the Indian market. The brand plans to launch both the all-electric Audis in the Indian market on 22nd July 2021. Customers can register their interest at the nearest Audi India showroom or book the e-tron and e-tron Sportback online using Audi’s official website.
Audi e-tron & e-tron Sportback
The future is electric, and Audi is launching not just one but two all-electric products in India. The Audi e-tron is not just a model but is a brand in itself. Under the e-tron brand, Audi plans to launch several models in the Indian market and the global markets. According to the Head of Audi India, Balbir Singh Dhillon, the new electric cars are “from the future, for the future.”
Audi e-tron & e-tron Sportback – Features
Powering the Audi e-tron & e-tron Sportback are two “incredibly dynamic” electric motors. These electric motors boast of providing a totally unique driving experience. Both the SUVs also feature progressive steering, adaptive air suspension and an electric all-wheel-drive system. The all-wheel-drive system, along with the air suspension and steering, provides optimal traction, handling and driving comfort in all situations. The all-electric cars also feature Matrix LED headlamps and Four-Zone Automatic Climate Control as standard.
Audi e-tron & e-tron Sportback – Powertrain Specifications
For India, the Audi e-tron and e-tron Sportback will come with a 300 kW/408 HP and 664 Nm of torque electric powertrain. The electric powertrain draws power from a 95kWh battery and can sprint from 0-100 kmph in just 5.7 seconds. The car returns a WLTP combined range of 359 km to 484 km on a single charge. The Audi e-tron and e-tron Sportback can recharge in 8.5 Hours using an 11kW AC Home Charger. The electric car is also capable of recharging at a 150 kW DC Charging Station.
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