Audi introduced the new electrocross E-tron SportbackMarch 11, 2019
At the international motor show in Geneva, the auto giant Audi presented a conceptual version of an electric SUV called the E-tron Sportback. The manufacturer plans to put this new product on the conveyor for mass production.
The E-tron Sportback SUV debuted at the Geneva Motor Show was designed on the modular architecture of the MLB, which was used to create an E-tron electric vehicle.
At the moment, information about the technical capabilities of the crossover is not declassified by developers. But this did not prevent the experts to make a number of assumptions, given the dimensions of the platform platform E-Tron, which debuted last week.
The concept is set in motion with the help of two electrical units, jointly issuing 408 horsepower. The cross is equipped with 95 kWh batteries, due to which he learned to overcome up to 400 km of the way without the need for a jog. According to the foreign edition of Autocar, in the engine compartment of this concept electric vehicle is a similar unit.
Despite the presence of camouflage film, it is easy to see that the head of the debuted cross has got a lot of similarities with E-Tron’s older brother. Rear car recalls A7 Sportback. In place of the usual external mirrors on the sides of the camera installed. On the serial version they will be offered for an extra charge.
It is expected that the E-Tron Sportback will present in the production version in the current year. It is possible that this will happen in early autumn at the motor show in Frankfurt. This car is intended to become the second serial electric car of the concern after e-Tron.
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