Audi Concept

by Denys Bolotnikov |



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The Audi e-tron series electric car offers ultimate driving pleasure. You have never felt anything like driving: in the first electric crossover Audi , the technologies of autonomous mobility have been brought to perfection.

With a large power reserve, an impressive space inside, a powerful engine and a well-thought-out chassis, the new Audi e-tron can easily do without fuel.


The new generation of quattro electric all-wheel drive delivers optimum traction and handling. Thanks to this, the Audi e-tron is not only perfectly adapted to everyday use, but also dynamic and maneuverable on the roads.

Four-wheel drive quattro is connected if necessary - providing optimal distribution of torque in accordance with the situation.

The front electric motor, which is parallel to the axis to save space, develops a peak power of 125 kW and a torque of 247 Nm . The rear engine, coaxial, produces 140 kW , and its torque reaches 314 Nm .

The serial Audi e-tron with a fully electric drive is no longer fiction, but a car that can be found on the street.

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With two ambitious electric motors and electric all-wheel drive quattro , the car sets high standards for performance and maneuverability for many years to come.

The transmission of traction on the axis through the differentials is provided by 2-stage planetary gearboxes with a single gear.

Virtual exterior mirror

A virtual outside rearview mirror on the Audi e-tron reduced the width of the car compared to a conventional exterior mirror, reduced aerodynamic drag and reduced sound effect.

The image from the small camera is displayed on the OLED display located in the cabin. This allows you to see the cars with maximum clarity from behind even at dusk and at night, despite the reflection of the headlights.

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Charger AUDI e-tron

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The ample possibilities of charging the Audi e-tron at home and on the go allow you to enjoy pure driving pleasure without additional difficulties.

On the way, the Audi e-tron can be easily charged at special stations, and a normal household power outlet is enough at home.

The cover of the charger opens, smoothly going down. 5 seconds after removing the charging plug, it automatically closes.

Fast charge (gas station)

Fast charging takes place at constant current charging stations - up to 150 kW , allowing the Audi e-tron to continue driving after approximately 30 minutes.

Home charge

To replenish the charge of electricity from the home electrical system, an alternating current charging system with a power of up to 11 kW or a more powerful optional on 22 kW is available.

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Within the city and on long journeys, the new Audi e-tron is ready for any test and durability test.

Sporty, efficient and practical in everyday use - this is the first Audi electro-SUV to enter the market.


Audi e-tron Sportback is a symbiosis of electrification and practicality. This car combines sporty-style driving with a high level of comfort and an incredible power reserve.

The newly created e-tron quattro drive transfers this power to the road. Incredible torque provides an impressive driving experience on any road.


Thanks to the sophisticated accents of the design of the air intakes, rear spoiler and aluminum door sills, the car is not only a reflection of sportiness, but also emphasizes your personality with an extraordinary design.

The S line design makes the sporty look of the Audi e-tron Sportback even more unique and powerful.

Four-wheel drive Audi quattro , power up to 300 kW and a range of 446 kilometers are impressive features of the new Audi e-tron Sportback , which combines the elegant features of a coupe with the progressive efficiency of an electric car.

Combined electricity consumption 26.3-21.6 kWh / 100 km (WLTP); 23.9–20.6 kWh / 100 km (NEFZ); The CO₂ emission is 0 g / km.

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The Audi e — tron Sportback is equipped with numerous innovative and functional systems. Among them, additional virtual exterior mirrors that project an image through a compact camera inside the car.

Also, infotainment system MMI Navigation Plus with MMI touch response, which provides access to Audi connect services.

Audi MMI Plus с MMI touch

The navigation system MMI Plus and the touch MMI response in the new Audi e-tron Sportback are intuitive and convenient as a modern smartphone. The modern infotainment system is controlled through two large displays in the center console.

Thanks to touch response technology, you always get quick feedback. The Audi connect app includes a route planner that selects the best route possible with convenient recharging points.

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Recharge Audi e—tron Sportback

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Audi e-tron Sportback has an impressive range of up to 446 km , which is provided by a high-voltage battery with a capacity of 95 kW*h . In addition, the innovative recovery function allows you to efficiently recover energy during braking.

With its many charging options, the Audi e-tron Sportback is the perfect partner for everyday driving.

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With the classic proportions of the Audi e-tron GT , this all-electric sports car concept is designed to provide new, high-performance driving.

The car is built on the new PPE (Premium Platform Electric) platform along with the Porsche Taycan . Serial production of the model started in 2020. In terms of size and proportions, the concept repeats the production model Audi A7 .


Its power is 590 hp , which is comparable to the power of a sports car. Torque is transmitted to the wheels through the permanent all-wheel drive quattro with a torque redistribution system, providing the dynamics characteristic of the Audi .

For the manufacture of components of a lightweight four-door coupe, a symbiosis of various materials is used. The car received a roof section made of carbon fiber , a large number of aluminum parts and power elements made of high-strength steel.

Separate permanent magnet synchronous motors are mounted on the front and rear axles of the vehicle. Torque is transmitted to the road via an electric quattro drive.

Torque between the axles, as well as between the left and right wheels, is distributed using the electronic control system . This ensures optimum traction and no unwanted slippage.


The power reserve of the concept car in the WLTP cycle is more than 400 km . The necessary energy comes from a lithium-ion battery with a capacity of more than 90 kWh , the flat body of which occupies the entire space under the floor between the front and rear axles.

An important advantage of this arrangement is the extremely low center of gravity , comparable to the center of gravity of the Audi R8 , which significantly improves the handling of the car.

Audi e-tron G recovery system

During acceleration, the motor power is spent on increasing speed, and when braking, the kinetic energy of the accelerated car is simply lost. Here, in order to partially use it, there is a energy recovery system , thanks to which the battery is charged.

In this case, various modes are used: manual recovery control during coasting using the steering column switches, automatic recovery during coasting using the efficiency assistant and braking recovery with a smooth transition between electric deceleration and deceleration due to hydraulic brakes.

The Recuperation System used on Audi electric vehicles extends the range to 30% - an important advantage even for a sports model such as the Audi concept e-tron GT . Both electric motors and an integrated electro-hydraulic brake control system are involved in the recovery process.

When decelerating with an intensity of to 0.3g , the concept of Audi e-tron GT compensates for energy only with the help of electric motors without the use of wheel brakes - in general this is more than 90% all cases. As a result, almost always when braking, energy returns to the battery.

Wheel brakes are activated when the car decelerates with an intensity of more than 0.3g (the driver presses the brake pedal). The Audi e-tron GT concept is equipped with ceramic brake discs, which are also used for repeated extreme deceleration and demonstrate the highest efficiency.

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800-volt Audi e—tron GT system


The battery of the Audi e-tron GT concept can be charged in several ways: using the cable connected to the connector under the hinged cover on the left front wing, or via the wireless charging system Audi Wireless Charging .

With a wireless charging power of 11 kW , the Audi e-tron GT concept can be fully charged overnight. Wired charging takes much less time, since the four-door coupe is equipped with a 800 volt system , which significantly reduces charging time.

It takes about 20 minutes to recharge the battery by 80% - this will again allow you to get a range of more than 320 km (WTTP cycle). The Audi e-tron GT concept can also be charged at stations with lower voltage, that is, use all stations of the existing network.

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The Audi Q4 e-tron concept is a compact four-door SUV with an external length of 4.59 meters. Two electric motors mobilize 225 kW of power. Like the driving force of the concept car goes onto the road with all-wheel drive quattro . A large 82-kilowatt-hour battery occupies almost the entire space in the lower body between the axles.

Thanks to its excellent traction, it accelerates from standstill to 100 km / h in just 6.3 seconds . It reaches maximum speed at 180 km / h with electronic control. Range over 450 km - in accordance with the WLTP standard - sets the standard in its class.


The Audi Q4 e-tron concept technology drives the Modular Electrification Platform (MEB), which will be integrated into the many electric vehicles produced by the Volkswagen Group in the future, from compact to premium.

The front and rear axles are powered by an quattro all-wheel drive motor. There is no mechanical connection between the axles. Instead, electronic control provides optimal coordination of the distribution of torque, and this happens in a split second.

4.59 meters long, 1.90 meters wide, 1.61 meters high: thanks to its dimensions, the Audi Q4 e-tron concept takes its place in the compact class of cars.

Thus, its requirements for road space qualify the electric SUV as a classic crossover, which is also suitable for city driving. As for the interior, on the contrary, its wheelbase of 2.77 meters puts it at least one class higher.

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At Audi e-tron Q4 , environmental friendliness is a top priority not only in terms of electric drive: the flooring is made from recycled materials. Instead of chromed metal decorative frames, the surfaces are coated with high-quality multilayer paint.

The paint for the Audi e-tron Q4 , a shade of blue that changes depending on the angle of light, is an innovation in Audi , which was produced in environmentally friendly conditions and effectively reflects sunlight. This significantly reduces the accumulation of heat on the surface and inside the car.

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Take a step towards a clean future ...

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