The first fully electric production crossover (sportback) from Audi

Audi e-tron Sportback 2021

The all-new Audi E Tron Sportback 2021 featured at the Los Angeles Auto Show.

This all-new car is a Sportback version of the Audi E Tron, the first fully electric production crossover from the German Audi company that was built to compete with the Tesla Model X.
Audi E Tron Sportback 2021 differs from the outside compared to the basic model from the back to have a diagonal design suitable for the sportback car that guarantees an integrated wing and maintains the connected rear lights. This new electric car is available with headlights equipped with digital matrix LED lights - Digital Matrix LED, the car comes standard with 19-inch tires, and its size rises to 21-inch in the higher classes.

It includes 21-inch alloy wheels, LED headlamps, additional air suspension and Audi Sport design elements that acquire its own set of custom-designed sport wheels, contrasting black exterior, virtual door mirrors and a host of driver safety systems.
featuring a dual touchscreen set-up angled towards the driver and optional virtual wing mirrors. The only differences are 20mm less rear head room thanks to the coupe roof line and 615 litres of luggage space, 45 litres less than the E-tron.

Compared to the base model, the Sportback version of the Audi E-Tron comes with 20 mm more lower rear seats to the ground, making the roof of the car a little more than the E-tron, with 0.25 Cd compared to the E-tron's 0.27, giving the Sportback an additional 6.2 miles. From run.

The Sportback version of the Quattro 55 is based on a 95 kW battery that provides power to two electric motors, 355 hp and 561 Nm of torque, so the car accelerates from 0 to 100 km / h in 6.6 seconds, with a top speed of 200 km / h ( 124 mph), allowing it to travel up to 466 km per electric charge according to WLTP standards.
In sport mode, the model features a boost mode, generating 402bhp and 490lb ft of torque for eight seconds, hitting the benchmark sprint in 5.7secs. Audi claims, when braking, the SUV can recuperate up to 30% of its total range through regeneration. 

There is a lower class of this car called the sportback 50 based on a 71 kW battery of 308 hp (313 hp European PS) and 540 Nm of torque, so the car accelerates from 0 to 100 km / h in 6.8 seconds and has a top speed of 190 Km / h, and this car can cover a distance of 347 km / h per shipment.

this model can be charged at 150kW fast-charging stations, giving 80% of charge in under half an hour.