Audi E-Tron is powered by an electric motor at each wheel and powered by a bank of lithium-ion batteries. Audi says the e-Tron is good for a range of over 150 miles on one charge. The four engine delivers 313bhp and an almost incredible 3319 pounds / ft of torque. It is enough to drive e-Tron to 60 mph in under five seconds. But there will be many opportunities for the management of 150 miles on one charge, if you take advantage of the acceleration of any degree.
Surprisingly, it was Johan de Nysschen not mention e-Tron convert to a hybrid by installing a small engine range extender. Maybe Audi is supported by battery technology continues to make good progress and widespread application of automatic recharging. Otherwise, it appears the new BMW M1 will be a great advantage over the use of e-Tron.
They were not exactly electrified by the concept of e-Tron when Audi debuted at the Frankfurt Motor Show in flaming red paint in September last year, but he liked the color. So when the e-Tron reappeared in the Auto Salon in Los Angeles this week wearing orange ... Bummer.
As an update, the concept of e-Tron uses four electric motors with a total output of 313 horsepower (and a fantastic £ 3319-ft of torque) to move the mass of 3527 pounds to 62 km / h in 4.8 seconds. More impressive is the acceleration Rolling 37-75 km / h in just 4.1 seconds. Its top speed is electronically limited to 124 km / h. According to Audi, we will see a production version in 2012.