Combined power consumption in kWh/100 km: 24.3-21.0 (NEFZ); 26.6-22.4 (WLTP) CO₂- combined emissions in g/km: 0.
The power is up to 300 KW (409 PS) power and the range is up to 436 kilometers. It’s the first fully electric SUV which is a sporty and safe companion for a new era.
The front end of the Audi e-Tron is the striking feature leaving a lasting impression in the rearview mirror of the vehicle in front. The Single-frame grille is the most striking element in an octagon design with vertical struts.
Platinum grey color scheme and the largely closed body are the main design features for the all-electric model. The three-dimensional bonnet and the tapered optional Matrix LED headlights are able to complete the sporty face of the Audi e-Tron.
Q5 TFSI e (Hybrid)
Combined fuel consumption: 2.4-2.0 l/100 km; combined electricity consumption: 19.1-17.5 kWh/100 km; CO₂ emissions combined: 54-46 g/km.
In pure electric mode, it is efficient, sporty, and locally emission-free due to the plug-in hybrid drive that consists of an electric motor and a combustion engine.
It is equipped with technologies offering additional comfort and support for efficient driving. The forward-looking ultra technology is equipped with the Quattro four-wheel-drive system. The sensor system and permanent data evaluation lead the Quattro drive to be always ready when it is needed.
The hybrid management system is the standard that automatically selects the optimum operating strategy for you. As standard, it is started electrically in EV mode with the combustion engine switching on as per the demand of the situation.
The operating mode button can also be selected as Auto for fully automatic hybrid mode and hold for maintaining the existing charge status. The optional predictive efficiency assistant while driving ensures that electrical energy is used at an optimum level.
The navigation data is used to calculate the route profile in front of you and it gives an early earning by means of a visual indication and a pulsation in an active accelerator pedal. The foot should be taken off from the accelerator before a gradient.
Note:- NEFZ or NEDC (The New European Driving Cycle) is an outgoing pan- European method for a car’s fuel economy assessment and emissions. It is designed for representing the typical usage of a car in Europe where each test is consist of four repeated urban driving cycle and one extra-urban driving cycle. It has been replaced by WLTP but is still used in the company car tax calculations, for example, in the case of a UK motorist it is relevant.
The main purpose of the replacement is to provide more realistic emotions and fuel economy figures that are achievable in real-world driving.
WLTP known as the Worldwide Harmonised Light Vehicle Test Procedure laboratory test is mainly for measuring fuel consumption and CO2 emissions from passenger cars under defined conditions of EU law as well as their pollutant emissions. It is based on real driving data.
The test is divided into four parts with different speeds: low, medium, high, and extra high. A variety of driving phases is contained for each part with stops, acceleration, and braking phases. A certain car type for each powertrain configuration is tested with WLTP for the car’s lightest version with the most economical and heaviest version with the least economical ways.