Review: Audi e-tron (2019)

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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.

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12 October 2019

Another report of camera/door mirror failure in an Audi eTron with no immediate repair available. Reader's guests arrived in one. Out of interest he plugged the it into an ordinary 13A socket via a... Read more

2 October 2019

Report of failure of driver's side door mirror screen in June 2019 Audi eTron. From the start the driver's mirror screen has regularly intermittently failed whereby the screen goes blank. On some occasions... Read more

1 August 2019 Audi e-tron 50 quattro announced

Set to launch in the UK in 2020, the e-tron 50 will sit below the existing 55 model in the e-tron range. With a 71kWh battery and two electric motors, the e-tron 50 can cover 186 miles between charges,... Read more

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 £71,560
Buy new from £63,455
Contract hire from £673.52 per month
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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.
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