Audi E-Tron Quattro released in Pakistan: Company’s first all-electric vehicle

Audi's foray in the world of electrified cars begins with the E-Tron, a full-size luxury SUV that goes against the likes of Jaguar I-Pace, Mercedes EQC, and Tesla Model X. First electric production of Audi, the E-Tron is interested purely by battery power, foregoing combustion entirely it is powered by two electric motors, one at each axle.

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Audi has introduced its first electronic car in Pakistan- Audi E-Tron Quattro in Karachi yesterday. Audi had announced to introduce the car in Pakistan in the first quarter of 2020.

The company has begun the bookings and will start deliveries by April. Audi E-Tron is expected to be priced at PKR 14,900,000/ in the local market.

Like other automobile manufacturers, Audi has entered the electric vehicle segment in Pakistan facilitated by Pakistan’s first National Electric Vehicle Policy, NECP, with some of its prominent features of the E-Tron are mentioned below.

Audi E-Tron is manufactured by the German automobile company and its maximum power stands at 300kW. It also has optimum traction that gives the driver a feel of Quattro drive of the next generation.

Audi’s foray in the world of electrified cars begins with the E-Tron, a full-size luxury SUV that goes against the likes of Jaguar I-Pace, Mercedes EQC, and Tesla Model X.

Read more: Audi E-Tron: Audi Pakistan’s all electronic vehicle set to hit the market

The company claimed E-Tron can travel up to 400 Km’s with a single charge but the driver can use efficiency drive mode to achieve maximum driving range. The ride height can be adjusted following driving mode-sports or efficiency.

First electric production of Audi, the E-Tron is interested purely by battery power, foregoing combustion entirely it is powered by two electric motors, one at each axle: the two combine to deliver a maximum of 402HP and 561Nm of torque, as a result, the E-Tron completes the 0-100km/h sprint in a sprightly 6.6s. These motors are kept juiced by a 95.3 kWh lithium-ion battery pack that gives the E-Tron a WLTP rated range of 417km.

As for charging, the E-Tron can make use of 150.0-kW DC fast-chargers that allow it to regain roughly 80km in 10 minutes and about 260km in 30 minutes. Those using a more conventional 240-volt outlet will be able to fully charge the E-Tron in about nine hours.

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