Audi e-tron, the electric SUV is available in two variants that include the e-tron 50 and e-tron 55. Also on offer is the e-tron Sportback. A 71kWh battery pack and a 95kWh battery pack are available for the Audi e-tron 50 and e-tron 55, respectively. The former generates 308 bhp and 540 Nm of torque, while the latter generates 402 bhp and 664 Nm. According to the WLTP cycle, the vehicle is said to have a range of almost 400 kilometers.
Audi e-tron comes in nine different colors. They are Glacier white Metallic, Galaxy-Blue-Metallic, Typhoon Gray Metallic, Catalunya Red Metallic, Siam Beige Metallic, Brilliant Black, Floret Silver Metallic, Myth Black Metallic and Navarra Blue Metallic. It is a 5 seater, has a kerb weight of 2445 kg and boot space of 660 litres.
A panoramic sunroof, virtual cockpit, four-spoke steering wheel, four-zone climate control, 360-degree camera, heads-up display, wireless charging, and ambient lighting are included in the Audi e-tron interior features. Exterior features include the company’s iconic single-frame grille, LED taillights with an LED strip running the length of the bootlid, 20-inch, five-spoke alloy wheels, orange brake calipers, and soft-close doors.
Audi e-tron charging
Along with the 11kW charger (or 22 kW on-board charger is also available) that is already included with the e-tron, Audi is giving every buyer a free wall box AC charger. Major Audi stores in India will also gradually be outfitted with a 50kW fast charger. Additionally, users of other brands of electric vehicles can pay to use the charging stations at Audi stores.
The expected time it will take to charge the Audi e-tron from empty to full is shown in the table below. For fast or rapid charging the range is indicated from 20% to 80%, because outside this range the time taken to charge the battery slows down to safeguard the battery from potential damage. A Type 2 connector can be used to charge the Audi e-tron at a public charging station, at work, or at home. Additionally, a CCS port is available for fast charging.
Empty to full
|Charging method||Typically found at||Charging time||Range/hour|
|3-pin plug||Home||42 h||8.04 km/h|
|3.6 kW||Home or Work||26 h||14.5 km/h|
|7 kW||Public locations or home /work||14 h||25.7 km/h|
|22 kW||Work or Public Locations||9 h||41.84 km/h|
20% to 80%
|Charging method||Typically found at||Charging time||Range/30 min|
|50 kW||Public locations||70 min||94.9 km/30 min|
|150 kW||Public locations||30 min||283.2 km/30 min|
- The amount of time taken to charge the battery can vary depending on the outside temperature, the battery’s state (such as empty or half full), and the charging rate. The vehicle may also put a restriction on the maximum charging rate.
- The number of kilometers you may expect to travel after an hour of charging at the acceptable rate is known as range per hour.
According to the Worldwide harmonized Light vehicles Test Procedure (WLTP) cycle, the Audi e-tron has a range of almost 400 kilometers. The 50 model has a range of around 305 kilometers, the 55 model has a range of approximately 380 kilometers, and the performance-oriented S version has a range of approximately 354 kilometers. These values can change according to the behavior of the driver, battery state, software updates etc.
|e-tron 50||283-318 kilometers|
|e-tron 55||270-408 kilometers||95 kWh|
|e-tron Sportback||342-373 kilometers||95 kWh|
Audi e-tron variant prices
The e-tron costs between Rs. 1.01 crore and Rs. 1.19 crore, according to Audi. The price may vary depending on the variant the customer decides to purchase. The below table shows the pricing of the e-tron variants, where the base model e-tron 50 is priced Rs. 1.02 crore and the Sportback’s price can range up to Rs. 1.20 crore.
|Variant||Battery||Price (Ex showroom)|
|e-tron 50||71 kWh||Rs. 1.02 Cr|
|e-tron 55||95 kWh||Rs. 1.19 Cr|
|e-tron 55 Sportback||95 kWh||Rs. 1.20 Cr|