Audi released the electric version of the smallest SUV Q2June 26, 2019
New electric car designed for the Chinese market. As the power unit will be used the electric Volkswagen e-Golf with up to 136 horsepower and 290 Nm of torque.
Audi considers it impossible to have the same development strategy in the European, American and Chinese markets. This is evident in the development of the electric line of the company. While a large and premium car is being offered in Europe and America, an extended version of the most compact SUV Audi Q2 L, converted into an electric car, has been prepared for China.
The model is based on the global platform MQB, and received a filling from Volkswagen e-Golf. A 38 kW * hour battery will be used as an energy source, which is somewhat more than a golf battery. According to preliminary information, the cruising range will be about 265 km / h, and the maximum speed will be about 150 km / h.
Under the hood will hide an electric motor with a maximum peak power of up to 136 horsepower and 290 Nm of torque. Drive only front. Acceleration to 100 km/h is not impressive, and will be 10.2 seconds.
The design changes almost did not happen. The only difference was the plastic plug instead of the grille, and a slightly modified bumper. The interior remains the same.
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