Recently, Audi officially announced its product planning for 2019 (overseas). According to the plan, in 2019, Audi will launch nearly 20 new models (including new/replaced/retrofit models) in 2019. Among them, the new Audi Q7, the new Audi A3 and the performance car market SQ2, the new RS Q3, and the new RS 6 are all planned. The new energy sector covers five e-tron series models, mainly in the third and fourth quarters.
E-tron is Audi's first pure electric SUV model, based on the exclusive platform of electric vehicles; the overall style of the appearance is similar to the current Q5 and Q7 models. The dense chrome-plated mesh on the front face creates a mechanical aesthetic, and the lamp sets on both sides are unique in shape. The extra-extended headlights with horizontal trims “eyes” echo the grille and enhance the aesthetics. . In terms of body size, the car has a length, width and height of 4901×1935×1616mm and a wheelbase of 2928mm. The body size is slightly larger than the current Audi Q5L.
In terms of interior, the overall layout will be consistent with A8 and Q8. The design of the console dual-screen, full LCD instrument and multi-function steering wheel comes from the family design style. In terms of details, the air conditioning vents of the new car, the front fascia of the front passenger car and the shape of the block are all updated, with more technical and mechanical sense. The official said that the capacity of the new luggage compartment is 660L.
In terms of power, the new car will be equipped with a dual motor with a combined maximum power of 265 kW, located on the front and rear axles. In standard mode, the total power reaches 265kW, which makes the 0-100km/h acceleration time within 6 seconds. At the same time, the new car also supports the output of 300kW temporary maximum power in short mode in sports mode. At this time, its 0-100km The acceleration time of /h is only 4.6 seconds, and its 95kWh battery pack can provide 400km WLTP working range.
In addition, there have been reports recently that Audi will release the new e-tron model at this year's Geneva Motor Show. It is understood that the new car will be positioned in the small SUV model, which will further expand the Audi e-tron.