Audi has revealed that its Audi E-tron SUV will have a range of around 400 KM or about 248 miles. This new electric vehicle was shown off at the Geneva Motor show last month and now Audi is release some more information about the car.
The Audi E-tron SUV will be able to charge in around 30 minutes at charging stations up to 150 kW.
At high-power charging stations using the European charging standard Combined Charging System (CCS), such as those in the Ionity network, the Audi e-tron prototype is ready to set off on the next long-distance stage of its journey in less than 30 minutes. The key feature behind this is the sophisticated thermal management system for the lithium-ion battery. Located in the vehicle floor, it stores 95 kWh of energy to provide a range of over 400 kilometers (248.5 mi) in the realistic WLTP test cycle. The SUV offers full everyday usability. By the end of 2018, there will be nearly 200 of these high-power charging (HPC) stations with six charging points each. Plans call for 400 locations at intervals of 120 kilometers (74.6 mi) along highways and main transport routes by 2020.
You can find out more information about thew new Audi E-tron SUV over at Audi at the link below. It will be interesting to find out more information about this new electric SUV.