After a significant delay, we at long last have a dispatch date for the Audi e-tron electric SUV. The brand’s first all-electric contribution in Quite a while. The new e-tron will go at a bargain in the country on July 22, 2021, and will take on rivals like the Mercedes-Benz EQC and the Jaguar I-Pace in the fragment. The e-tron dispatch was postponed because of the second flood of the pandemic yet shows up the following month, all things considered. We have driven the e-tron yet our survey, for the time being, remains restricted. So make a point to keep an eye out for the survey of the electric SUV just around the corner.
The e-tron SUV depends on the Volkswagen Group’s MEB design, which, for this situation, is an intensely revamped adaptation of the MLB underpinnings of the China-selective Audi Q5 LWB. The Audi e-tron is required to be offered with only one drivetrain choice in India, the 55 quattro, which houses a fluid cooled, 95 kWh lithium-particle battery between its axles. This forces two electric engines, one on every pivot, for a joined yield of 360 hp and 561 Nm, and this set up implies the SUV gets all-wheel drive. The e-tron 55 quattro can get from zero to 100 kph in 6.6 seconds and on to a 200 kph maximum velocity.
The Audi e-tron was relied upon to show up significantly sooner, nonetheless, dispatch plans were said to have been deferred. Like most present day EVs, the Audi will utilize the skateboard engineering with either a 95kWh or 71kWh battery pack. The battery is set under the floor of the vehicle with two lasting magnet simultaneous electric engines, one at the front pivot and one at the back for the quattro all-wheel-drive framework.
The bigger battery pack model is the e-tron 55 quattro and the more modest unit is the e-tron 50 quattro. It is hazy which model would be dispatched in India as the 55 would offer a more drawn out range, however the 50 would be the more moderate decision.
The e-tron 55 quattro offers 168 hp and 247 Nm of force (402 hp/664Nm with Boost mode). It can reach from 0-100km/h in 5.7 seconds and a maximum velocity of 200km/h. It’s anything but a most extreme appraised range in Europe of 365 to 436 km on a solitary charge on the WLTP cycle. The Audi e-tron 50 quattro packs upto 174 hp and 310Nm of force. This adaptation speeds up from 0-100km/h in 6.8 seconds, maximizing at 190 km/h. Be that as it may, the reach is down to 276 to 336 km on the WLTP cycle on a solitary charge.
The reach is similar to its opponents from Mercedes-Benz and Jaguar. Audi claims that a 150kW DC quick charger can charge the battery pack in the e-tron to 80% inside only 30 minutes. A standard 11kW divider charger would assume control more than 8 hours to completely charge. Audi will give charging answers for clients of the e-tron with a home charging station.