Audi Teases e-tron Quattro in New Emmy Advertisement

by David Mowatt
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Audi has teased the e-tron Quattro yet again, just mere moments ahead of the overnight reveal for their new electric SUV in San Francisco.

The German automaker has just added to the long line of teasers and previews for the e-tron Quattro, their first ever all-electric SUV, with a brand new advertisement for the upcoming Emmy Awards.

Audi has built the advertising campaign around the theme of “unleashing” their new electric SUV’s power. Audi boldly added:

“Up until now the full promise of the electric car has gone unfulfilled. That’s about to change. This is electric like you have never seen it. This is electric unleashed.”

With a statement like that, it’s safe to say that the German automaker is feeling very confident in the power of the e-tron quattro.

Despite the fact that the electric SUV is suppose to make its US debut today, the recent video clip released by Audi, which you can view below, reveals almost the entire vehicle.

While we have yet to receive any concrete information regarding the final specifications of the e-tron Quattro, prototypes and concept models have suggested that the production version of the electric SUV will come equipped with a 95 kWh lithium-ion battery pack that should allow for a range of approximately 402 kilometers (about 250 miles). The e-tron Quattro is also believed to be developed with two electric motors, a setup that should allow for outputs of 320kW and 800Nm of torque. The electric SUV is also reported as being capable of DC fast-charging up to 150 kW. Of course, all of this information is subject to change, and will likely be updated once the electric SUV is fully revealed later today.

It’s great to see Audi going above and beyond to raise awareness for their first ever electric SUV, and their dedication and drive certainly highlight the German automaker’s confidence in their tech. We can’t wait to potentially get some new information on the e-tron Quattro later today, and we will be sure to report on all the new details and specifications as they are revealed.

Source: Audi


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