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    The price of Audi e-tron, a 5 seater SUV, ranges from Rs. 1.02 - 1.25 Crore. It is available in 3 variants and a choice of 1 transmission: Automatic. e-tron has an NCAP rating of 5 stars and comes with 8 airbags. Audi e-tron is available in 8 colours. Users have reported a driving range of 449 Km for e-tron.
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    Rs. 1.02 - 1.25 Crore
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    Audi e-tron Price

    Audi e-tron price for the base model starts at Rs. 1.02 Crore and the top model price goes upto Rs. 1.25 Crore (Avg. ex-showroom). e-tron price for 3 variants is listed below.

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    71 kWh, Electric, Automatic, 379 Km
    Rs. 1.02 Crore
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    95 kWh, Electric, Automatic, 484 Km
    Rs. 1.25 Crore
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    Audi e-tron Car Specifications

    Fuel TypeElectric
    DriveTrainAWD
    Acceleration5.7 to 6.8 seconds
    Top Speed190 to 200 kmph

    Audi e-tron Summary

    Price

    Audi e-tron price ranges between Rs. 1.02 Crore - Rs. 1.25 Crore depending on the variant selected.

    German luxury automobile Audi has launched the e-tron in India. The model is available in two variants that include the e-tron 50 and e-tron 55. Also on offer is the e-tron Sportback.

    On the outside, the Audi e-tron features the signature single-frame grille, matrix LED headlamps, orange brake calipers, 20-inch, five-spoke alloy wheels, LED tail lights with an LED strip running the length of the bootlid, and soft-close doors.

    The interiors of the Audi e-tron come equipped with a panoramic sunroof, virtual cockpit, four-spoke steering wheel, four-zone climate control, 360-degree camera, heads-up display, wireless charging, and ambient lighting.

    The Audi e-tron 50 and e-tron 55 are offered with a 71kWh battery pack and a 95kWh battery pack respectively. The former produces 308bhp and 540Nm of torque, while the latter produces 402bhp and 664Nm of torque. The model is claimed to have a range of 359-484km in the WLTP cycle.

    How is the Audi e-tron car?

    • Pros

      • Instantaneous performance
      • Comfy ride quality 
    • Cons

      • Lazy handling
      • Charging durations

    Audi e-tron 2024 Verdict

    As far as we are concerned, the future is looking remarkably ‘current’ and everything about the e-Tron, including the driving experience, is unmistakably Audi and that’s a great thing.

    Audi e-tron Car Review

    Audi's first-ever production EV tested.

    Why would I buy it?

    • Instantaneous performance  
    • Comfy ride quality 

    Why would I avoid it?

    • Lazy handling  
    • Charging durations  

    Engine and Performance

    8

    / 10
    Left Front Three Quarter

    Engine? There’s no such thing here. The e-tron’s lifeblood comes in the form of a 95kWh battery that’s mounted beneath the passenger shell. It feeds two electric motors (one per axle) which jointly deliver up to 300kw of power which translates to 408bhp/664Nm. Now, logic dictates that Audi would have better off using a single large motor but this dual-motor setup not only helps achieve a better weight distribution but more importantly, allows the brand to facilitate its quattro all-wheel drive system into this electric SUV. Under normal conditions, the e-tron uses its rear electric motor to drive itself and it’s only when the driver’s right foot demands more power than it can supply, the all-wheel drive redistributes torque to the front axle. 

    Right Side View

    The e-tron has a theoretical range of up to 400km on a full charge. Of course that depends on several factors such as driving style and traffic conditions. According to Audi, the car’s regeneration system accounts for up to 30 percent of the total range. Basically, every time the driver hits the brakes or gets off the accelerator, the e-tron regenerates power back into the battery. In both cases, the electric motors function as a generator and convert the kinetic energy of the e-tron into electric energy to leverage more charge into the battery. What’s interesting here is that the driver can adjust the extent of re-gen using the paddle shifters on the steering wheel. In the highest re-gen setting, the e-tron will decelerate and come to a stop rapidly as soon as you get off the accelerator. Ideally, then, one can drive the e-tron in traffic using just the accelerator pedal which is a little bizarre.    

    Front View

    Our brief stint with the e-tron took us from the heart of Mumbai West i.e. Andheri through traffic to the outskirts of Navi Mumbai and back. It was almost the ideal scenario to test the performance and range capabilities of the car under varied traffic conditions. Speaking of the driving experience, you begin by pushing the start/stop button and that’s it. No engine to crank nothing. It takes some getting used to the fact that there is zero noise and vibration before you slot the gearlever in Drive and set off. This is also where the fun part begins because in typical EV fashion, the e-tron reacts like a resolute athlete as soon as you push the throttle pedal, accelerating strongly compared to all other vehicles around you. With over 400bhp and 664Nm of instantaneous torque under your right foot, the e-tron is rapid and is easily capable of pinning you back in your seat under full-bore acceleration. Speaking of which, we managed to strap our timing gear during the drive and the results were quite impressive. 0-60kmph takes just 2.88 seconds and you will need all of 5.35 seconds to hit 100kmph from standstill. The e-tron is phenomenally quick in-gear, too, taking just 3.53 seconds for the 40-100kmph run. 

    Left Rear Three Quarter

    As for the range, we covered nearly 200km during the test wherein we subjected the e-tron to both sedate and hard driving. By the end of it we had around 130km of range left, however, our conclusion on the actual range will have to wait until we carry out proper tests with some highway driving.      

    Infotainment System

    Ride and Handling

    7.5

    / 10
    Right Front Three Quarter

    The e-tron’s start-up and get-go process might be alien to some but there is nothing outlandish about the way this electric SUV rides and handles. Dynamically the e-tron feels quintessential Audi – everything from the steering feel to the body control is akin to that of a Q7. Sure, it cannot shift its mass around quite as fluidly as other full-size SUVs but for everyday driving, it’s not bad at all. This is largely down to the e-tron’s adaptive air suspension which does a great job of delivering an appropriately cushy ride in Comfort and safe, planted handling in Dynamic. 

    The adaptive suspension also allows the driver to raise the ride height on the move. This not only reduces the chances of underbody scraping but more crucially, also keeps the battery pack safe. As for the ride quality, the e-tron is just like any petrol/diesel luxury SUV when it comes to smothering the harshness in bumps and pot holes. There is no underlying stiffness to its ride and for something that weighs over 2.5 tonne, there isn’t much side to side movement over undulations either.    

    Right Side View

    Interior Space and Comfort

    7

    / 10
    Dashboard

    Like most new flagship Audi models, the interior look and appeal is headlined by the two large touchscreen displays - one for the infotainment system and the lower secondary unit houses the climate controls. Admittedly, the screens look brilliant, especially at night, but they are also big-time fingerprint magnets. The rest of the cabin is typically Audi which means everything you touch or operate has a quality feel to it, right down to the wiper/indicator stalks and controls for the wing mirrors.     

    Front Row Seats

    The e-tron sits between the Q5 and the Q7 so it’s not like you are going to feel shortchanged for space. The car’s dimensions, in fact, are quite large which translates to an airy, comfortable cabin. The front seats are big and supportive and because the e-tron is so wide the seats are set at a good distance apart. Again, legroom and shoulder room at the back are plentiful and the rear bench is also equally supportive with good cushioning all around. What’s not so good are the relatively small windows which might make three abreast seating a little claustrophobic. Thankfully, the lack of a transmission tunnel liberates more legroom for the middle passenger but the knee room is still compromised thanks to the intruding climate control panel for the rear.        

    Rear Seats

    Features and Equipment

    7

    / 10
    Dashboard

    The India-spec e-tron 55 quattro gets panoramic sunroof, Matrix LED headlamps, soft-closing doors, Audi’s virtual cockpit (digital instrument cluster), ambient lighting, wireless charging, 16-speaker Bang and Olufsen sound system, four-zone climate control and a heads-up display. In some markets the e-tron also gets virtual mirrors which are basically cameras instead of door mirrors projecting the visuals across dedicated screens on the front doors.    

    EV Car Charging Portable Charger

    The e-tron also comes with a 22kW AC charger though what’s really handy is that Audi has put charging points on both sides of the e-tron. There’s an AC/DC port on the driver’s side and an AC port on the other side to make charging that much easier when you simply want to plug it either way to your household AC provision. When connected to the compact mobile charging system that comes standard with the car, the battery can be charged to 80 per cent in four and a half hours. Meanwhile, an 11kW AC home charger can fully charge the e-tron in eight and a half hours.  

    Infotainment System

    Conclusion

    7.4

    / 10
    Left Front Three Quarter

    Audi’s first-ever production EV makes for a convincing buy, whether you are looking for a luxury SUV or a straight up electric vehicle. It’s quicker than most SUVs in its class and it feels and drives like a conventional luxury vehicle which is probably the most impressive thing about it. Add in the comfortable road manners, solid build quality and a theoretical range of over 350km and it makes for a compelling electric car to live with. Now it’s up to Audi India and how well they price the e-tron. As things stand, the Mercedes EQC and the Jaguar I-Pace are priced around Rs 1.30 crore on-road and if Audi can undercut both then the e-tron definitely deserves a spot near the top of your luxury EV consideration list. 

    Audi India has announced that the e-tron will be launched on July 22, 2021 so stay tuned.   

    Photos by Kaustubh Gandhi

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    Audi e-tron Colours

    Audi e-tron 2024 is available/sold in the following colours in India.

    Catalunya Red Metallic
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    Audi e-tron Range

    Audi e-tron range claimed by ARAI is 449 Km.

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    Audi e-tron User Reviews

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      One of the best and fastest e SUV out there. Good range on one charge Amazing and stylish interiors Cheap maintenance by Audi. Cons - Don't go to places where you don't have fast charging stations. Pros- Saves fuel money and is efficient. Perfect for city drive.
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      Looks amazing worth of penny, maintenance services highly appreciated.Overall good excellent speed smoothly drive, Every thing is good in Audi e-tron.Go for this car, inside car feel good space.
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    FAQs About Audi e-tron

    Price
    Q: What is the avg ex-showroom price of Audi e-tron base model?
    The avg ex-showroom price of Audi e-tron base model is Rs. 1.02 Crore which includes a registration cost of Rs. 51000, insurance premium of Rs. 421104 and additional charges of Rs. 2000.

    Q: What is the avg ex-showroom price of Audi e-tron top model?
    The avg ex-showroom price of Audi e-tron top model is Rs. 1.25 Crore which includes a registration cost of Rs. 51000, insurance premium of Rs. 507754 and additional charges of Rs. 2000.

    Performance
    Q: What is the ARAI driving range of Audi e-tron?
    The ARAI driving range of Audi e-tron is 379 Km.

    Q: What is the top speed of Audi e-tron?
    Audi e-tron has a top speed of 200 Kmph.

    Specifications
    Q: What is the battery capacity in Audi e-tron?
    Audi e-tron has a battery capacity of 95 kWh.

    Q: What is the seating capacity in Audi e-tron?
    Audi e-tron is a 5 seater car.

    Q: What are the dimensions of Audi e-tron?
    The dimensions of Audi e-tron include its length of 5014 mm, width of 1976 mm and height of 1686 mm. The wheelbase of the Audi e-tron is 2928 mm.

    Features
    Q: Is Audi e-tron available in 4x4 variant?
    Yes, all variants of Audi e-tron come with four wheel drive option.

    Safety
    Q: How many airbags does Audi e-tron get?
    The top Model of Audi e-tron has 8 airbags. The e-tron has driver, front passenger, 2 curtain, driver side, front passenger side and 2 rear passenger side airbags.

    Q: Does Audi e-tron get ABS?
    Yes, all variants of Audi e-tron have ABS. ABS is a great accident prevention technology, allowing drivers to steer while braking hard.

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    Audi e-tron Price in India

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