Audi to unveil production-version e-tron electric SUV in August 2018
German automaker Audi AG is preparing to unveil the production version of its e-tron electric SUV in August 2018. A prototype of the SUV was debuted by Audi in Geneva this March.
According to reports, the unveiling of the final production version of the fully electric e-tron SUV is scheduled to take place on the occasion of the Audi Summit which will be held in Brussels, Belgium, on August 30, 2018. The electric vehicle is, incidentally, being produced in Belgium.
The unveiling of the production-form e-tron electric SUV this August will mark a momentous event for Audi, as it will herald the automaker’s ambitious target of selling nearly ‘800,000 electrified vehicles per year’ by the year 2025.
In sharing some important details of the forthcoming production version of the e-tron SUV, Audi had revealed a few weeks back that the vehicle will be equipped with a massive 95-kWh lithium-ion battery pack which will be mounted within its floor. The battery of the SUV will get recharged in barely 30 minutes, by using a high-power charging station.
Audi had also said in its announced that the expected range of the production version of the e-tron electric SUV will be approximately 248 miles in the forthcoming worldwide harmonized Light vehicles Test Procedure (WLTP), which is notably closer to real-world results as compared to the NEDC.
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