The Audi e-tron has found its way to the web slightly ahead of its anticipated launch. However we have more exclusive information for you. It will be powered by not less than 4 engines, 2 at the front and 2 at the back, delivering a staggering 313bhp and a top speed of up to 200 km/h. A full charge takes 6-8 hours, with a 400 Volt plug even only 2.5 hours. But here’s the clue: Audi is working on an induction based charging, so say goodbye to any cables hopefully soon. Awesome!
Major differences include a closed-off front grille, revised front and rear fascias with C-shaped LED head lamps and a unique set of multispoke wheels. Perhaps the most obvious change is the deletion of the standard R8’s trademark side blades. We sorta miss ’em, though it’s understandable that aerodynamics are the name of the game for this concept car.
Source: Autoblog, Autobild