From ordinary roads to the Nürburgring: how to test the “charged” Audi E-TronJune 6, 2019
The powerful electro erod Audi e-Tron got into the camera lens of the photo spies. It is possible that one of the test machines captured in the photo is serial.
Audi E-Tron, a high-performance electric crossover, whose presentation was held last fall, is undergoing road tests. This is a sports version of the electric vehicle. Test cars are tested on public roads as well as on the famous Nürburgring race track. Spy photos of the test drive appeared on the specialized portal Sarscoops.
Audi E-Tron, which “caught” at the Nurburgring, retained a recognizable corporate identity, albeit with some modifications. So, judging by the test cars, the “charged” Audi E-Tron will receive recycled bumpers – now they are more “angular”, as well as grown air intakes that are needed to cool a more powerful braking system.
Other changes are purely “cosmetic” in nature: this is a slightly modified rear bumper with a new diffuser and new alloy wheels. Experts predict that the high-performance Audi E-Tron will be powered by a powerplant, known since 2017 for the concept of the E-Tron Sportback. Recall that this concept car received three electric motors at once – one in the front and two in the back. The overall impact of such a “trio” will reach 640 liters. with. For comparison, the standard Audi e-Tron is equipped with two electric motors with a total capacity of 402 liters. with.
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