A week from Geneva, Audi is unveiling four new plug-in hybrid models, the Q5, A6, A7 and A8 TFSI e. Audi is ready for the Geneva Motor Show with the announcement of four new plug-in hybrid variants of the Q5, A6, A7 and A8. Ready to make their debut next week, the new TFSI e will have a 100% electric range of 40 km. With this announcement, the German manufacturer mentions that from now on, the e-torn nomenclature will now be used for 100% electric models only. For this reason, the announced plug-in hybrid variants will carry the seal “TFSI e”.
The lithium-ion battery in the Audi Q5, A6, A7 and A8 TFSI will have a capacity of 14.1 kWh. Each model will be available in two distinct versions, a comfort version and a performance version with a sportier design. According to the British magazine Auto Express, these variants will endorse the names 50 TFSI e or 55 TFSI e for Audi Q5, A6 and A7. As for her, the Audi A8 will come under 55 TFSI e and 60 TFSI e. The 50 TFSI e versions will be powered by a 2.0L 4-cyl turbo engine while the 55 TFSI e will be powered by a 3.0L V6.
Three different modes will be offered to the drivers of these rechargeable hybrids: “EV”, “Auto” and “Hold”. The “Auto” mode allows the system to choose, on its own, when to use the gasoline engine or electric motor, for maximum efficiency. Hold mode controls the power train so that the current state of charge of the battery is maintained. Obviously, the “EV” mode prioritizes driving in electric mode car covers.
In addition to the three modes mentioned above, the driver will be able to select different driving modes, namely “comfort”, “efficiency”, “auto”, and “dynamic”, which will thus influence the configuration of the pipe, suspension and from the direction. My Audi app will also be available to buyers. The latter will remotely control battery status and battery life, start the charging process, program the charge timer and view the car’s charging and consumption statistics. Programming pre-board temperature control settings is also available with my Audi app. A quick start of climate components is also possible when unlocking the vehicle with the key.
The sketch of the Audi Q4 e-torn shows a new electric SUV
After weeks of rumors and speculation, we have a preview of the upcoming Audi e-torn model for the Geneva Motor Show. Called Audi Q4 e-torn, this is a smaller version of the current and new Audi e-torn that rivals the I-Pace Jaguar and the future Mercedes-Benz EQC. The Q4 e-torn, on the other hand, has no direct competition at the moment. It could change everything if Tesla introduces Model Y later this year, but it will have to be patient.
Expected in 2020, the new Audi Q4 e-torn seems to fit between Q3 and Q5 in terms of dimensions. The sketch shows a compact coupe SUV in the same …Continue reading