2013 Audi E-Tron | Review, Interior, Exterior, Engine – Now, The Audi e-tron is a series of electric and hybrid concept cars shown by Audi from 2009 onwards. It has been speculated that the second e-tron concept car, shown in 2010 in Detroit, provides a preview of a future mid engined Audi sports car production model to be launched in 2012, possibly to be named Audi R4 or Audi R5, which may be available in both electric and internal combustion engine powered variants.
Audi’s all electric e-tron concept, which debuted at the 2009 Frankfurt Motor Show, surprised us by showing up at the 2009 Los Angeles in a decidedly unique paint scheme. Headed for production with the nameplate of R4, the e-tron is a high performance electric sports coupe created in the same vein as the less than green R8.
Although technically not an electric version of Audi’s R8 supercar, the e-tron concepts places a heavy emphasis on all-out performance and shares a considerable amount of design language as well. The e-tron features independent electric motors at all four corners, giving the concept a true quattro all-wheel drive system. Combined output is 313 horsepower and a staggering 3,319 lb-ft or torque.
2013 Audi E-Tron Price :
2013 Audi E-Tron Price. – Pricing for the new 2013 Audi E-Tron has been set at $156,300 based on current exchange rates. If there are changes on the 2013 Audi E-Tron we will notify you as soon as possible, so keep follow our blog.
2013 Audi E-Tron Interior :
2013 Audi E-Tron Interior. – The idea behind the Audi R8 E-Tron is not to change the look and feel of the vehicle, but how it is done. Audi has done very little in the way change the exterior or interior of the car except for a wild paint job is displayed on the car at Le Mans. All the proper supercar, it is still happening and it looks like E-Tron means business at the track. In front of a large grill and air intakes in the front bumper will still help to cool the brakes. Audi signature LED daytime running beautifully-flow around the lamp teardrop. Form of lighting has made its way from humble beginnings into nearly every equipment bag manufacturer, but Audi still do it best. As your eyes move toward the rear of the car is hard to miss the big air intakes behind the doors especially for the very hot engine coolant. Machine is lost, but the battery produces a lot of heat on their own. No one in the back really changed except to remove the waste out.
2013 Audi E-Tron Exterior :
2013 Audi E-Tron Exterior. – Audi R8 driving serious E-Tron to the market and has taken the time to develop an entirely new ideology behind this R8 normal electric and petrol versions. Having exterior design of the car that has been completed and in the form of supercar that is easy for engineers work to develop a version of Audi electricity than if they had to start from scratch. R8 mid-engine design provides the perfect location to save the battery without disrupting the balance of weight that Audi wants to achieve. In essence, the electric version should be able to compete at the same level as brothers V8 and V10. V10 version will provide the amount of unbridled power and harmonious soundtrack to go along with it, but the electric version will incorporate some of the most innovative technology available today. Capable of achieving high peak velocity in the least amount of time is the most important thing that a sports car can provide, if it can do so by using batteries instead of us do not really see a problem.
Audi R8 E-tron is powered by four motors two in front and two rear axles, each connected to each wheel by using a small shaft. By using four-R8 motor setup provides 313 hp and 4500 Nm (£ 3,319-ft) of torque. It is capable of accelerating 0-62 mph in 4.8 seconds. System of four wheel drive Audi is possible to become a full fledged Quattro cars. The system is able to provide balanced power to the front and rear wheels, but would prefer to give back 70% and 30% to the front wheels when conditions are right. By having four motors actually separate the onboard computer is also capable of making small adjustments to the power output so that the understeer and oversteer can be repaired.
2013 Audi E-Tron Engine :
2013 Audi E-Tron Engine. – As this car is still in concept, much of its performance specifications is still uncertain. The car will have four electric motors, one per wheel. Together, these motors will produce 3,320 pound-feet (4,500 N·m) of torque. Top speed for the e-tron is limited to 200 kilometres per hour (124 mph), and will be able to travel 150 miles (240 km) on full charge. In concept form, the e-tron also is equipped with conceptual technology: technology that communicates with other cars, road signs, etc.
That power is enough to accelerate the e-tron from zero-to-62 in 4.8 seconds. The rush from 37-75 mph is accomplished in 4.1 seconds, according to Audi. The e-tron utilizes a lithium-ion battery back, located low and behind the passenger compartment for optimal weight distribution (42/58). Audi says the e-tron carries enough juice for a 154 mile optimal range. Audi enlists all LED lighting and other power saving features ensure that maximum range.
Aside from the massive 1,036 pound battery pack, the e-tron is fairly light at its total weight of 3,527 pounds. Its low weight comes courtesy of an Audi Space Frame designed aluminum structure. All of what Audi calls the “add on” parts, like doors, hoods, roof and fenders are composed of fiber-reinforced plastic for added weight savings. Source: leftlanenews.com, en.wikipedia.org, dupontregistry.com.