Audi E-Tron Sportback Electric Car Spied Winter Testing

FEB 25 2019 BY MARK KANE 13

The Audi e-tron Sportback enjoys winter tests

Here are new photos of an Audi e-tron Sportback test mule spotted during winter testing. This version of the Audi e-tron was unveiled in concept version in 2017 and promised to enter production by the end of 2019.

The Sportback is expected to share the same powertrain/battery as the standard e-tron SUV. Both will be produced in Brussels, Belgium. There is currently no new info on the car.

Audi e-tron Sportback concept (2017) specs:

  • 95 kWh battery pack
  • 500 km/310 miles of range (NEDC)
  • 370 kW of power
  • dual motor all-wheel drive
  • 0-62 mph (100 km/h) time of 4.5 seconds

Fingers crossed that Audi holds to its late 2019 launch schedule for this EV, as it’s sure to be one with mass-market appeal. Grab a look at it in the phots below.

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13 Comments on "Audi E-Tron Sportback Electric Car Spied Winter Testing"

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Looks like maybe a Q4 to me.

Looks like the boring e-tron, nothing like the promising concept

wondering cost. right now, if you have the A3 PHEV etron, which they stopped selling this year.. if you want to stay with audi you only have 70k etron option (the phev a3 was $40k starting price). so, wondering if this is the answer for 40-50k audo bev/phev or is there going to be a hole in their product line where the old phev etron was, price wise

Wrong. Went to the website and they still selling them

must have a different website than me.. USA only has ability to select 2018, and there are none in stock. Plus articles like this: https://www.autocar.co.uk/car-news/industry/audi-axes-a3-sportback-e-tron

This looks like another 70k etron.

This year they will add A6, A7, A8 and Q5 again with plugs:
https://www.autogazette.de/audi/phev/hybrid/audi-vier-modelle-bekommen-plugin-hybrid-989393113.html

But I’m also disappointed they discontinued the A3 PHEV.

A3 PHEV is supposed to come back as well. They pulled it because of new regulations, which the new models will of course just meet on point..

I usually love Audi’s design but I’m having a hard time picturing this looking good. Hopefully there’s a Cd benefit to make up for the loss in the aesthetics department versus the more wagon-esque version.

So that will be 6 VW group models coming out this and next year

I hope they can get more of the concept vehicles looks in there. Even just replacing the “grille” with the flat vented design.

Another “hard slope rear” version of a SUV. Maybe a bit sexier and a lot less practical.

ugly like every Audi