Following the unveiling of the Q4 e-tron concept, Audi has revealed the e-tron Sportback prototype at the Geneva motor show.
Under the wraps, the e-tron Sportback prototype is a coupe-styled version of the e-tron SUV which was officially revealed in September 2018.
The Sportback is likely to use the same propulsion system as the wagon consisting of a 95kW battery pack and two electric motors. The system offers outputs of up to 300kW and 664Nm.
Reports suggest the 0 to 100km/h dash can take as little as 5.7 seconds on the way to a top speed of 200km/h. The all-important driving range is said to be over 400 kilometres based on the WLTP testing procedures.
An electric quattro all-wheel drive system is also in place which distributes drive between the two axles, however, the system has a rear bias for increased efficiency.
Charging of the e-tron can occur via direct current (DC) at up to 150kW or alternating current (AC) at up to 11kW (recharging with 22kW is also an available option).
Audi is expected to release full specifications for the e-tron Sportback later this year.
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