Audi recently presented the upcoming e-tron all-electric SUV in Berlin and hinted at some new details about charging options.

Audi e-tron prototype: Charging

Audi e-tron prototype: Charging

According to the Roadshow's coverage, the 95 kWh battery pack, as part of the vehicle structure, weighs some 750 kg, and enables the e-tron to go some 400 km (250 miles).

The German manufacturer equipped e-tron with a three-phase on-board charger (11 kW or 22 kW) and CCS Combo fast charging inlet with capability to accept 150 kW of power.

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The battery cells are of course under the control of a sophisticated thermal management system.

Audi e-tron prototype spec:

  • 95 kWh battery and more than 400 km (248.5 mi) of WLTP range
  • up to 150 kW DC fast charging
  • three-phase on-board charger - 11 kW standard and 22 kW optional
  • charging inlets on both sides of the vehicles (right only AC)

Gallery: First Look At Audi E-Tron Battery Pack On Display

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