Audi e-tron Sportback essentially represents the standard Coupe version of the e-tron, implying that, among other things, the only difference is the front. The rear has less seat space and 60 liters less luggage capacity than the standard Audi e-tron. The luggage capacity is about 615 to 1,655 liters with the rear seats folded down.
The e-Tron Sportback SUV also comes with a 12.3-inch digital panel, “Digital Matrix LED” headlamps, and the optional rear-view cameras.
As for the market, the Audi e-tron Sportback in Europe will be offered in two versions – the e-tron Sportback 50 Quattro with a capacity of 230 kW/313 horsepower, a battery of 71 kWh and autonomy of up to 347 kilometers; as well as the e-tron Sportback 55 Quattro with 265 kW/408 horsepower, 95 kWh battery and autonomy of up to 446 km.
With a fast charger, the battery can charge up to 80 percent of capacity in about half an hour.
e-tron Sportback is also expected to launch in early spring next year, where the limited edition “Edition One” with the “S Line” package and 21-inch aluminum wheels will be available.
In terms of price, in Germany the new e-tron Sportback SUV starts at €71.350 for the base version with 313 horsepower.
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