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Includes 20-inch aluminum wheels, adaptive air suspension, heated front seats, a 10.1-inch touchscreen, Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ connectivity, and more.
Adds an additional charging port on the right side, heated rear seats, Matrix LED headlights, ventilated front seats, wireless phone charger, and more.
Unlocks more luxurious features including acoustic glass, a head-up display, LED interior lights, dashboard and armrest leather trim, soft-close doors, and more.
Audi has a long-held and well-deserved reputation for luxury, and with the 2021 e-tron, it's very easy to see why. The interior is trimmed with leather and an array of premium-looking and feeling materials, with plastics that are soft to the touch. The brushed metal inserts add class and a sprinkling of wood reinforces the opulent and upmarket aspirations. This is an SUV you'll love to spend time in.
Along with its more affluent material choices, the 2021 Audi e-tron's interior is packed with technology. A pair of full-color touchscreens with haptic feedback controls many of the car's functions. The top 10.1-inch high-resolution screen accesses all the infotainment and navigation functions, while the 8.8-inch display below it controls the car's heating and ventilation settings. They take some getting used to, but you'll love the sharp displays.
When the Audi e-tron was first launched, you could expect an EPA-estimated 204 miles of range from its 95 kWh lithium-ion battery on a full charge.
As standard, the 2021 Audi e-tron has rapid charging capability of up to 150 kW. This means that when connected to a DC rapid charging station, up to 80 percent of the e-tron's battery capacity can be put back in just 30 minutes. Great for those inter-state runs. Hook the car up to an AC 9.6 kW charger and the battery can be refilled to 100 percent of its capacity in around nine hours. It's worth noting that these times may vary depending on ambient, battery, and vehicle conditions, but the Audi is a great companion, even for longer trips.
All models of the 2021 Audi e-tron feature a blind-spot monitor and lane departure assistance systems, but as you move up the trims, traffic sign recognition and intersection assist functions become available. Other features include adaptive cruise control, emergency and turning assistance systems, and a surround-view camera, although these are optional on the entry-level Premium model. However, with that level of kit, your peace of mind should be as safe as your little ones.
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Range when new (EPA estimate)
Estimated range today
200 - 238 miles
Est. range in 3 years
197 - 235 miles
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All Wheel (4WD/AWD)
F 40.8"/R 39.1"
F 39.8"/R 38.6"
The 2021 Audi e-tron has an EPA-estimated range of 222 miles on a full charge. This is plenty for around-town driving, commuting, or family vacations.
Range figures are based on EPA estimates for when a vehicle is sold as new and assume a full battery charge. Range will vary based on things like battery age, vehicle condition and history, driving and charging habits, accessory use, and driving conditions. Battery capacity may decrease with time and use. See fueleconomy.gov for more info.
The 2021 Audi e-tron has a zero-to-60 mph time of 5.5 seconds when its power output is boosted to 402 hp for eight seconds in 'Sport' mode. Top speed is 124 mph. (Both according to the manufacturer, when new.) You'll love the feeling of the instant torque as you put your foot down—it's a delight!
Catalunya Red Metallic
Florett Silver Metallic
Galaxy Blue Metallic
Glacier White Metallic
Manhattan Gray Metallic
Mythos Black Metallic
Navarra Blue Metallic
Siam Beige Metallic
Typhoon Gray Metallic
Black with Rock Gray stitching
Pearl Beige with Agate Gray stitching
As befits a luxury SUV, all 2021 Audi e-trons have leather trim on the seats as standard. The interior ambiance of the most prestigious Prestige models also benefits from leather-covered armrests, center console, and dashboard. Dark wood inlays, brushed metal and gloss black surfaces are punctuated with crisp-looking touchscreens. The interior of the 2021 Audi e-tron is a premium and opulent place to be.
There is up to 56.5 cu-ft of cargo space with the rear seats folded down, with a small amount of additional storage under the hood. The 2021 e-tron has 38.1 inches of front-seat headroom and 40.8 inches of front legroom, while passengers in the back have 39.0 inches of headroom, along with 39.1 inches of legroom. 2021 Audi e-tron Prestige models are fitted with massaging front seats and rear window sunshades, as well as an interior air ionization and fragrance system.
The 2021 Audi e-tron can seat five people and can fit up to two car seats in the second row. Audi provides two full sets of LATCH car-seat system fittings in the interior of the 2021 e-tron on all trims, fitted on the outer rear seats with a top tether anchor for the middle seat. Child seats that can be accommodated include infant rear seats, forward or rear-facing convertible car seats, and booster car seats.
All versions of the 2021 Audi e-tron are fitted with the same full-electric powertrain. A pair of motors are split between each axle, feeding their 355 hp through an all-wheel drive system. Up to 402 hp can be unleashed for eight seconds when the transmission is in 'Sport' mode, releasing the full 490 lb-ft of torque. That's good enough for a rapid zero-to-60 mph time of just 5.5 seconds (according to the manufacturer, when new). Not bad for a large and luxurious SUV with a curb weight of around 5,754 lbs.
As you'd expect from one of the largest EVs on the road, the 2021 Audi e-tron has a super-sized battery. This EV's battery is 95 kWh in size and the lithium-ion unit provides an EPA-estimated range of 222 miles (when fully charged).
2019-222 Audi e-tron (First generation)
The Audi e-tron came to the US in 2019. Launched as a fully electric SUV, and Audi's first production all-electric vehicle, the e-tron's traditional shape and five-door body make it a practical proposition. It's luxurious, too, with a high-tech interior trimmed with premium materials. All Audi e-tron models come with the same twin-motor drivetrain and 95 kWh battery, which was good for an EPA-estimated 204 miles of range when fully charged.
In 2020, a more rakish Sportback body style was added. Still with five doors, and sharing very similar dimensions, the more swept-back roofline gives it a coupe look. A special edition e-tron Edition One trim joined the lineup in 2020, too. It included 21-inch aluminum wheels, Plasma Blue paintwork, and Monaco Blue leather upholstery.
For 2021 e-trons, the battery gained optimized drive system hardware and software adjustments. This means it now travels an EPA-estimated 222 miles on a full charge.
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