- 1 Introduction
- 2 2019 Audi E-Tron SUV Electric First Drive Video Review
- 3 2019 Audi E-Tron Specification
- 4 2019 Audi e-Tron Lowdown
- 5 2019 Audi e-Tron Conservation and Exterior Design
- 6 2019 Audi e-Tron Interior Design
- 7 2019 Audi e-Tron Range and Charging
- 8 2019 Audi e-Tron SUV Price and Sales Date
The 2019 Audi e-Tron SUV Electric car is Audi’s first-ever electric vehicle of a powered version car. It might seem rather strange driving Audi’s electric vehicle in an oil-rich country, especially if you stay in the Middle East, like the United Arab Emirates that sits on about 9% of the world’s reserve. With the rate at which a lot of countries generate energy from fossil fuel and the rapidly increasing environmental pollution, there has been a need for us to investigate an alternative source of energy. The country that gets about 90% of its source of energy from fossil fuel is now working on an alternative source of energy, the solar system. Presently they are during constructing the world’s largest solar plant.
This has created a fitting parallel with the mass production of Audi’s first electric vehicle. Currently, people in the UK can now join the queue for this Audi’s first mainstream electric vehicle. Also, the parent company of Audi, the Volkswagen wagon, is one of the world’s biggest automotive company, and basically more than 10 million vehicles that were sold in 2017 used fossil fuel as a source of power, and few of the electric vehicles that were produced were quite costly to build and purchase. Generally, most countries just considered that constructing an electric vehicle that is so expensive that only a few of the public can afford is not so effective in driving the economy forward. But it was not the unavailability of stone that made the Stone Age end, so also it would not be the unavailability that would end the fossil fuels powered car era.
Electric vehicles are the future, and the Audi e-Tron is the best bet of what comes next with a 1543-pound arrayed lithium-ion battery that can go as far as 200 miles on a single charge and a 13-horsepower engine, you cannot go wrong.
2019 Audi E-Tron SUV Electric First Drive Video Review
2019 Audi E-Tron Specification
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2019 Audi e-Tron Lowdown
The 2019 Audi has been proposed to use two electric motors that would each produce 300kW of energy. These two electric motors are almost the same, but the rear motor is a bit bigger than the front motor, and both motors are both powered by a battery that measures about 2280mm x 1630mm x 340mm which is almost the same size as a double bed. Just like the traditional electric skateboard, the Audi e-Tron battery is located between the wheels of the car and has a capacity of 95kWh. The battery has 432 cells that are arranged in 36 shoe-boxes sized unit so that each of the cells can get impact protection.
Based on the specifications given by Audi, it is expected that under normal operations, the Audi e-Tron can deliver up to 265kW of power and 561Nm of torque, as it can also accelerate from 0mph to 60mph in just 6.4 seconds. But under boasted operation, the Audi e-Tron should deliver up to 300kW of power and 664Nm total torque as it can also accelerate from 0mph to 60mph in just 5.4 seconds.
2019 Audi e-Tron Conservation and Exterior Design
Basically, the new Audi e-Tron electric vehicle is expected to still maintain the familiar design of the wider Audi family (although Audi e-Tron itself is not as wide) and the e-Tron would still have some few elements incorporated in it to denote its all-electric power train. Also, Audi designers have also said that the e-Tron front and rear lights are going to feature an additional section of striped light that is going to echo the same prototype as those you would see on computer design.
Just like a most electric vehicle, efficiency is very important, so the e-train has been designed to allow the air curtains towards the front of the car reduce the drag turbulence around the wheels. The wheels of the e-Tron also are going to be bigger than usual, said by the e-Tron’s exterior designer at a seminar. Also, with most shooting brakes, SUV, fast wagons, the back windscreen is often widely accepted as the best, so Audi has also prioritized to have this dynamic look at the expense of more storage in the e-Tron.
2019 Audi e-Tron Interior Design
The interior of the Audi e-Tron has been designed to look like the contemporary Audi cars but has a couple of different. The Audi e-Tron is similar the A8, as it features a kind of black-panel layout, in which to the ordinary person simply means it has a lot of touch screen. Also, like the A8 and the A7, the Audi e-Tron features haptic feedback that is arranged in two layers, where one of the black-panel is arranged with one of the panels at the bottom of the centre console.
Since the Audi e-Tron does not have a transmission tunnel, the interior of the e-Tron feels a lot more open to fresh air than the ICE-powered equivalent cars. In place of the transmission tunnel, the e-Tron has a large cubby hole with a rather nifty gear selector further up. The sits where the driver sits while driving is also here, and to move into the foreground to make the interior more visible the Audi e-Tron has a new mirror-based camera door that fits into the outside of the car rather than the conventional mirrors we find in most cars.
These two digital cameras feed the image onto two screens one on each side of the car door, and this is the first time there is innovation like this in the history of car production. This camera has reduced the size of the car by 15cm says Audi and would make the e-Tron more streamline thereby reducing the drag force on the car too. Although with all this nice and mind-blowing feature of the e-Tron that have been slated, the extra money would have to be paid for this.
2019 Audi e-Tron Range and Charging
The 2019 Audi e-Tron has been estimated to go as far as 248 miles in a single charge of the battery, although in a practical sense it all depends on several factors like the weather, the terrain was the car is being driven, and myriad other factors. Audi has also said that this electric vehicle is expected to take about 30 minutes to charge from 0 – 80%, when using a 120-kW charger. Audi has also introduced two different types of a charging system for trickle charging. There is the overnight 11kW compact charger and the 22kW charger. The 11kW compact Audi charger can charge the battery of your Audi e-Tron full in 8 hours 30 minutes, while the 22kW smart Audi e-Tron charger can charge the battery fully in 4 hours 30 minutes based on Ingolstadt information.
The 22kW Audi charger can also feature smart home integration, although it’s not clear if it is also compatible with the recently announced smart home energy system. The Audi e-Tron would also support the charging service, which will support around 72000 charging ports across 220 operators, as this would ensure that your car battery does not fail at any point in the field. These charging services would require you to tie a contract with them, as you would be able to either pay with a contactless card or a QR app when the bill is given to you at the end of every month.
2019 Audi e-Tron SUV Price and Sales Date
The Audi e-Tron is expected to cost about £70,805 in the United Kingdom, while production is expected to start in 2019. Audi plans to construct the Audi e-Tron at Belgian, and they plan to produce about 400 engines daily that’s about 200 cars a day. What is even cooler is that this Belgian factory is the same factory that produced the A1, has also had an injection of about £533 million, and this is where Audi plans to make the motors of the e-Tron. Audi is also buying them in expertise like the LG-powered Porsche Taycan. But they are only buying on the battery side alone though.
People who are interested in this Audi e-Tron can pay a sum of £1000 as an initial deposit to claim a slot for this limited electric vehicle. Probably you lost interest in purchasing this vehicle or there was a feature about this sports car that turned you off, there is absolutely nothing to worry about because Audi can refund this money to you whenever you demand it. Moreover there should not really be any reason that reasons enough for anyone to lose interest in this electric SUV as this vehicle would not only add to your style and comfort, but at the same time this car would also ensure you give back to the environment, as there are absolutely no harmful waste products being given off during the operation of this car.