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At Audi, the term “e-tron” refers to all cars that can cover longer distances solely on electric power. The brand is taking a broad approach to this subject field and is pursuing a number of different concepts, from purely electric drive systems and plug-in hybrids to an electric quattro powertrain.

TechDay

  • 10/07/19
    Technology

    TechDay Insight e-mobility

    Audi is consistently pursuing the path of sustainable mobility and is promoting its electrification strategy - a process that involves all areas of the company. The aim: Audi intends to be carbon-neutral on balance at all locations worldwide by 2050 at the latest. In order to be able to offer electric cars for every vehicle segment, the company is relying on four production platforms. The range of plug-in hybrids on offer is also being further expanded. After all, the brand with the four rings intends to put more than 30 electrified models on the market by 2025, which constitutes a 40 percent share in sales.

Press Releases

  • 12/09/19
    Models

    Luxury, space and efficiency: The Audi Q7 TFSI e quattro

    Step by step, Audi is putting its new electrified models on the road. Presales of the Q7 TFSI e quattro (combined fuel consumption in l/100 km*: 3.0–2.8; combined electric power consumption in kWh/100 km*: 22.9–21.9; combined CO2 emissions in g/km*: 69–64) have just started in Germany and other European countries. The SUV, whose plug-in hybrid drive combines a three-liter V6 gasoline engine with a powerful electric motor, is available in two power levels. The top-of-the-line version offers a system output of 335 kW (456 PS) and 700 Nm (516.3 lb-ft) of system torque (combined fuel consumption in l/100 km*: 3.0–2.8; combined electric power consumption in kWh/100 km*: 22.9–22.2; combined CO2 emissions in g/km*: 69–64), while the second version delivers 280 kW (381 PS) and 600 Nm (442.5 lb-ft) (combined fuel consumption in l/100 km*: 3.0–2.8; combined electric power consumption in kWh/100 km*: 22.4–21.9; combined CO2 emissions in g/km*: 69–64).
  • 11/28/19
    Models

    Better efficiency and longer range: technical update for the Audi e-tron

    Just in time for the premiere of the e-tron Sportback**, Audi is introducing a standard technical update for its first electric product line. This combines optimized drive system hardware with software adjustments to improve efficiency. As a result, all versions of the e-tron SUV will come off the assembly line with an extra 25 kilometers (15.5 mi) or so of range. The new models are available now to customers in Europe.
  • 11/20/19
    Technology

    SUV Coupé for the e-tron Family: The Audi e-tron Sportback

    “The future is electric:” Audi is staying consistently true to its strategic alignment by presenting the second model in its e-tron product line. The Audi e-tron Sportback is a dynamic SUV coupé offering up to 300 kW of power and a range of up to 446 kilometers (277.1 miles) ( in the WLTP cycle) from a single battery charge (combined electric power consumption in kWh/100 km (62.1 mi): 26.3 - 21.6 (WLTP); 23.9 – 20.6 (NEFZ); combined CO2 emissions in g/km (g/mi): 0). Its digital matrix LED headlights are a new feature now available for the first time in a mass-production vehicle. Their light is broken down into tiny pixels and can be controlled with exceptional precision. This makes safe lane centering easier on narrow stretches of road and shows the position of the vehicle in the lane. The Audi e-tron Sportback** can be ordered as of the end of November. Market introduction in Europe is scheduled for the spring of 2020.

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