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After a long run of teasers and previews, the Audi e-tron quattro electric crossover has officially been revealed, as it gears up to take on the new Mercedes-Benz EQC and upcoming BMW iX3.
Measuring 4901mm long, 1935mm wide, and 1606mm tall, the e-tron quattro is 238mm longer, 37mm wider and 51mm lower than an Audi Q5. Its 2928mm wheelbase, meanwhile, is 96mm longer than the Q5 and 66mm shorter than the larger Q7.
Power comes from two electric motors developing combined outputs of 300kW and 660Nm, with 0-100km/h claimed to take “fewer than six seconds” on its way to a top speed of 200km/h.
Those motors draw from a 95kWh lithium-ion battery pack, with driving range rated at “over” 400km on the ‘realistic’ WLTP testing procedure.
Using the standard 11kW charging solution, the e-tron quattro can be fully charged in around 8.5 hours. An optional 22kW charging system will be available from 2019, while a 150kW DC fast-charge station can replenish around 80 per cent capacity in “less than half an hour”.