Review: Audi e-tron (2019)


All electric Large SUV. 85kWh battery pack. Front and rear drive motors. Solid, quick and impressive, with an 248 mile range.

Optional camera-based door mirrors are not intuitive and take time to get used to. Still looks like a big SUV.

Audi e-tron (2019): At A Glance

Shown to Europe at the Paris Motor Show October 2018, the Audi e-tron is a full size electric SUV built at Audi's CO2-neutral plant in Brussels and open for order in the UK in early 2019 with an RRP of £70,805. 

It made its world debut in San Francisco in September 2018 and is a full-size SUV competing directly against the Jaguar i-Pace.

4,901 millimetres long, 1,935 millimetres wide and 1,616 millimetres high, the new Audi e-tron offers the space and comfort of one of the brand’s typical full-size models. 0-60 5.7. Top speed 124. WLTP range 248 miles and an innovative recuperation system responsibe for up to 30% of that range

Audi e-tron 55 Quattro 2019 Road Test

What does a Audi e-tron (2019) cost?

List Price from £59,900
Buy new from £51,974
Contract hire from £554.23 per month

What's the Audi e-tron (2019) like to drive?

Smooth, quiet, thrusting, gearless power. Good steering feel. Fine handling. 

Engine MPG 0-62 CO2

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Can I tow a caravan with an electric car?

Are any electric cars able to tow caravans?
Yes - the likes of the Audi E-Tron and Tesla Model X are capable of towing most caravans but they're expensive. You might find a plug-in hybrid like a Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV a good compromise.
Answered by Andrew Brady
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