The Audi e-tron quattro has been revealed and will feature two electric motors with total outputs of 300kW and 660Nm, a 0-100km/h under 6 seconds and a top speed of 200km/h.
With a full charge in 8.5 hours, the driving range will be around 400km. An optional 22kW charging system will also be available next year, and also allows for 80% charge in less than 30min at a 150kW DC fast-charge station.
The exterior features angular LED headlights, single-frame grille with horizontal and vertical slats, optional Matrix LED lights, a continuous shoulder line from the headlights to the tail-lights, optional orange brake calipers and 19-inch wheels.
The interior is similar to previous flagship models including the Audi Virtual Cockpit with additional e-tron content, dual-touchscreen centre console design (10.1-inch top, 8.6-inch bottom) and an optional live camera feed in place of conventional wing mirror units.
The Tour Assist package adds adaptive cruise control with traffic jam assist, lane-assist and traffic sign recognition systems to provide semi-autonomous driving capability. Other features include a 360-degree camera system, rear cross-traffic assist, lane-change and exit warning, an automated park assistant, and all-round sensors.
The e-tron quattro will launch in Europe late this year with pricing to start around €80,000.