Audi e-tron 2019 Review, Pros And Cons

Audi e-tron is the new electric SUV brought by Audi. It has a nice cabin, a comfortable and stylish ride, but its quality is less thrilling than its rivals ' and has some very difficult infotainment controls.
• Great tech
• Comfortable ride

• No physical infotainment controls.

This Audi has 355 horsepower and 414 pounds-feet of torque. This increases to 402 horsepowers and 490 pounds-feet of torque with the boost feature.
In as little as 5.5 seconds, the e-tron will accelerate from zero to 60 mph. The motors are almost silent, emitting at higher speeds only a slight whine.

The E-tron is an electric battery vehicle with a maximum charging range of up to 204 miles. The combined urban and road performance rate of the EPA is 74 MPGe. It takes approximately nine hours to charge this electric vehicle with a 240V outlet. It would take around 80 hours to use a 120-volt outlet. Audi also offers 1,000 kilowatt-hours of recharge at selected stations for new models.

The e-tron is more like a mid-size SUV than a sporty sedan. The process is compound, and the quality of driving on rough roads remains gentle. Most hybrids and electric vehicles suffer from catching brakes, but the e-tron's brakes are smooth and linear with natural transitions between conventional and regenerative braking.
Up to five people can sit on the Audi E-tron. The heated, ventilated front seats are standard.
Options available include improved leather tapering, front-seat massaging and heated back seats.
The large openings of the door make entering and leaving this SUV easy. In both rows the head and legroom are big and the seating is comfortable.
For securing child car seats, there are two sets of LATCH connectors.

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