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Learn more about the Audi E Tron

The Audi e-Tron was Audi’s first foray into the world of electric cars – a large, luxurious, high tech beast of an SUV. They went all-out to make it something special and, considering the huge numbers they’ve sold in the UK and on the continent, they succeeded with aplomb.

Luxury and comfort were the buzzwords of Audi’s engineers when they put the e-Tron together: make it quiet and make it special. Seating is plush throughout, with a perfect driving position behind the wheel. And, as is standard for Audi, material choices are impeccable – leather, chrome, wood: all of it feels upmarket and you’ll never hear a whisper of a creak or rattle anywhere.

The e-Tron is a big car – not quite as high-riding as some SUVs but long and wide, with cavernous space in the rear for passengers and possessions. It’s a true utility vehicle, designed for the slopes of Alpen. Strap on some skis to a roof-rack at it would look entirely at home.

Talking of looks, it’s a handsome beast but it looks very much like any other Audi. Which is a good thing. Were it not for the charge port on the front fender, there would be little to suggest that the e-Tron wasn’t a slightly larger A5.

Launched in 2015, it’s been around for a while and, in some ways, it shows. It’s huge battery gives you up to 250 miles of range but it’s not as efficient as some newer entries in the segment. Even some more mainstream SUVs, like those from Kia and Hyundai, will go further with a smaller battery.

To make up for this, the Audi charges at a blistering pace, being one of the first EVs on sale to take more than a 100Kw charge.

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At Glance Audi E Tron Review

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The used Audi e-tron models range from the 2015 to 2018 model years. Those badged as “50” are the smaller battery versions and “55” have the larger 95KWh battery (why not call it “85”? we don’t know either). Be aware of this as it really effects range.

Audi e-tron models offer a range of features and options including power-adjustable leather seats, panoramic sunroof, navigation system, and much more. Used Audi e-tron models are available in a range of different models, including the Audi e-tron Sportback and the Audi e- tron Sportback L.

Audi e-tron Technik

The Technik includes 20″ x 9.0J ‘5-arm’ special design alloy wheels. It also has LED headlights with Function-on-Demand preparation. With contrast finish bumpers and Audi Virtual Cockpit, there are a lot of key features for the Audi e-tron.

Audi e-tron Sport

The sport trim is very similar to the Technik with contrasting grey alloy wheels. It also has Front Sport seats in Valcona leather upholstery. It also features a Comfort Front Centre armrest.

Audi e-tron S line

The S Line trim has slightly larger wheels at 21″ x 9.5J ‘5-arm turbine’ contrasting grey design alloy wheels. It also features Audi Matrix LED headlights with dynamic front & rear indicators along with Adaptive sport air suspension.

Audi e-tron Black Edition

The Black Edition trim also features a special alloy wheel with 21″ x 9.5J ’10-spoke rotor’ gloss Anthracite wheels. It features a black styling pack which includes a front grille, window surrounds and trim strips on the front and rear bumpers all in black.

Audi e-tron Vorsprung

The Vorsprung also features special alloys with 22″ x 9.5J ‘5-spoke structured’ matt titanium finish Audi Sport wheels. It features Digital Matrix Lights with enhanced light animations for driver customisation. The Super Sports seats also have diamond stitching.

Audi e-tron is a premium electric car that was released by the German automaker Audi in 2015. The company has been working on developing its electric vehicle since 2010 when it acquired 50% of an automotive battery manufacturer called Quantumscape.


Brief History of the Audi E Tron

Audi E-Tron has been around for a long time, and it has had many incarnations. The first E-Tron badged Audi was introduced in the year 2000, and it was a diesel hybrid that featured a 1.9-litre TDI engine paired with an electric motor. Eventually Audi decided to reserve the e-Tron name only for its pure electric range, which can mean the used marked can get a bit confusing.

This newer model was first introduced to the public in 2017 and has gone on to become one of the most popular electric vehicles on the market, frequently topping overall sales lists of all cars in countries like Norway.

Quality and comfort are the reasons to buy any Audi but it goes double when you add in an electric motor or two and you will struggle to find a more comfortable or luxurious ride.

This is also an absolutely stonking family hauler, with acres of space, a huge boot and all the mod cons you could ever ask for.

If you’re looking to finance an Audi e-tron, there are a few things you should look for. First, make sure the loan has a low-interest rate and low payments. Second, check whether the loan is fixed or adjustable and whether it has a balloon payment at the end of the term. Third, if possible, get a lease instead of buying because leases are much cheaper than buying.

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This model delivers around 355hp of maximum power and 561Nm of maximum torque.

Most drivers tend to charge at home with their own home wall box. It all depends on energy tariffs in your area, public charging tends to be more expensive.

The car is safe to charge in the rain, but the plugs and sockets shouldn’t be immersed in any water. Excess water can be unsafe.

Lots of factors can affect the life of the battery for example lots of rapid charging can damage the battery. It depends on how you use it.

The overall cost of ownership of an electric vehicle is considerably lower. You initially pay more but the overall cost is a lot lower.

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