The Chinese Ministry of Industry and Trade declassified the Audi Q2 L e-tron electric car before the premiereMarch 16, 2019
Recall, the manufacturer announced the imminent debut of an electric car during a motor show in Geneva. It is planned that the novelty will be on the conveyor joint venture FAW-Volkswagen in the Middle Kingdom.
On the eve of the media there was information that the electric car Audi Q2 L e-tron is already certified in China. About this environmentally friendly model started talking at the Geneva Motor Show. Then it was announced that this electric car will be presented only in the Chinese market. The inhabitants of the Celestial Empire are very favorably related to the “green” cars, as well as extended versions of popular models. All this should guarantee Audi’s “electric” novelty a successful start.
Officially, the German brand was going to present the Audi Q2 L e-tron next month in Shanghai, but you can already get acquainted with the future debutant. The Chinese Ministry of Industry and Trade did not wait for mid-April and published photos of the new product without any protective camouflage.
From the standard Q2 “electric” L-version differs stretched to 27 mm base. That was enough to hide a car battery under the floor. According to experts, as the power unit, the novelty will receive a single electric motor with a capacity of 136 horsepower.
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