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Audi e-tron S

Audi e-tron S

Audi is showing consistency and continuing with its electric offensive – with the new Audi e-tron S and the new Audi e-tron S Sportback. Both of the S models with fully electric drive use three electric motors, two of which operate on the rear axle. Their intelligent drive control raises vehicle safety, and dynamic handling in particular, to a new level. In addition to the electric all-wheel drive, the vehicles are equipped with electric torque vectoring with active and fully variable torque distribution on the rear axle.


Technical details

Audi e-tron S quattro (370 kW)
Peak electrical output in kW 320
Continuous electrical output in kW 140
Electrical torque output boost in Nm (lb-ft) 973 (717.6)
Battery type / Gross battery capacity in kWh Lithium-ion / 95
Top speed in km/h (mph) 210 (130.5) (limited)
Electrical acceleration, 0-100 km/h (0-62.1 mph) in s 5.1
Combined electric power consumption in kWh/100 km (62.1 mi)* 26.3 - 25.1 (NEDC); 28.4 - 26.1 (WLTP)
CO2 emissions combined in g/km (g/mi) 0
Electrical range, combined according to WLTP in km (mi)* 374 - 344 (232.4 - 213.8)
Unladen weight without driver / with driver / gross weight limit in kg (lb) 2655 / 2730 / 3280 (5853.3 / 6018.6 / 7231.2)
* Figures depending on the chosen equipment level
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Audi e-tron S quattro (370 kW)

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