Do Audi Make Electric Cars?
Electric cars are becoming increasingly desirable to drivers and manufacturers alike. But do Audi make any? The answer – yes!
Read on to find out which electric Audi you can get our hands on, from their e-tron initiative range.
The Q7 is the first e-tron SUV created by Audi, and has upheld the efficiency and comfort of the brand since being introduced in the Frankfurt Motor Show in 2015. This plug-in hybrid has a 2.5 hour charge time so you can get on the road in no time! The hybrid power of this strong vehicle comes from the 3.0 TDI V6 25PPS combustion engine, and the 94kW electric motor which contains a sturdy 17.3KWH lithium-ion battery. This resourceful power system allows the Q7 to cover 0-62mph in 6.2 seconds, and for those low emission journeys, the electric motor allows the car to cover 34 miles on its Electric Mode.
The streamlined design of the Q7 means there is a drag coefficient of just 0.25, making this not only eco-friendly, but also aerodynamic!
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The first e-tron vehicle to be introduced by Audi, the A3 Sportback combines classic Audi aesthetic elements with the electric market. Redesigned in 2016, the 4 door gran turismo was unveiled in the Spring Automotive Shanghai Fair this year, sporting an impressive single frame grille and a new digital lights design so give it a finesse like never before.
This e-tron model is powered from a 75kW electric motor and 1.4TFSI petrol engine, which gets the vehicle from 0-62mph in 7.6 seconds. The Electric Mode is perfect for those shorter trips, producing low emissions, yet covering a 29 mile range once it is fully charged (in only 2 hours 15 minutes), or cover 536 miles with both engines combined.
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