Audi showed the prototype of the electric cross-coupe e-tron SportbackMarch 7, 2019
Audi brought a prototype coupe-shaped e-tron Sportback to the exhibition in Geneva. The electric crossover will be part of the new “green” line from Ingolstadt and will celebrate a public debut later this year.
Detailed information about the technical stuffing e-tron Sportback no. But it is known that the cross-coupe, as well as the usual e-tron, is built on the upgraded MLB platform, equipped with an electric all-wheel drive quattro and supports fast charging from 150-kilowatt terminals.
In this case, a crossover can be common not only architecture, but also the power plant. At e-tron, it consists of two asynchronous electric motors (one on each axis) with a total power of 360 horsepower and 561 Nm of torque. A battery with a capacity of 95 kilowatt-hours allows an electric vehicle to travel on a single charge of up to 400 kilometers.
An advanced energy recovery system provides up to 30 percent of the e-tron power reserve. Before an overload of -0.3 g, the crossover accumulates energy using electric motors, without using the usual braking system. The equipment of the Audi e-tron includes a four-level electronic stability control system and a system for choosing driving modes with seven operating electronics control profiles.
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