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The Audi e-tron Electric SUV

The premium, fully electric vehicle debuts in the Golden Gate City.

By Cathy Higgins  |  Oct. 5, 2018

Audi Electric SUV

Audi e-tron five-passenger SUV

The 2019 Audi e-tron is now a reality, after recently making its world debut in San Francisco.

The fully electric Audi e-tron is a five-passenger SUV aimed at the heart of the premium market. With progressive design, advanced electric and digital technology, the driving dynamics and build quality that customers expect of a premium vehicle, the e-tron enables consumers to go electric without compromise.

Showroom delivery of the Audi e-tron is anticipated for mid-2019. It will be the first of three battery-electric vehicles that Audi plans to debut by 2020, with nearly a third of its customers in the United States projected to go electric by 2025.

Audi Electric SUV

Audi e-tron five-passenger SUV

The keystone of the e-tron is its powertrain and battery, which work together to keep the vehicle moving. That’s thanks to the evolved lithium-ion battery technology, which has improved the vehicle’s ability to travel longer distances. The e-tron’s technology also lets owners personalize their ride with Audi mobile apps that offer a growing suite of smart services to enhance their driving experience.

This vehicle is designed to always be charged so owners can enjoy a clean, quality driving experience that’s also convenient. With that in mind, Audi complemented e-tron’s global launch by introducing a reinvented charging station, as well.

“The heart of the experience is a modern take on what a charging station could look like in the near future – a place where drivers of electric vehicles can refuel themselves while their vehicle recharges,” said Loren Angelo, vice president of Marketing, Audi of America.

Audi Electric SUV

Electrify America ZEV Charging

Visitors to debut of the e-tron and reimagined charging station, who were also current electric car owners, also got the chance to enjoy complimentary charging with chargers supplied by Electrify America. The company is investing $2 billion to create a nationwide network of highway, and community ultra-fast DC fast chargers, as well as Level 2 stations at workplace and multi-unit dwellings.

Other electric Audi vehicles on display at the Audi e-tron world debut included the championship winning Formula E racecar and the 764-horsepower, PB18 concept car, which debuted at Monterey Car Week in August.

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