Learn more about Audi A9 e-tron
Imagine an amazing sports car that could repair itself from damage and automatically change color!
Well that’s exactly what Spanish designer Daniel Garcia was thinking of when he created this awesome concept design for the Audi A9.
He got some inspiration for this particular design from Santiago Calatrava’s buildings in his hometown of Valencia. Calatrava’s architectural style looks very modern and futuristic, which is exactly what we would describe this car to look like.
The windscreen and roof are to be made from a nanotechnology material that can auto-repair and adjust colors. This material isn’t even something that exists right now, so will it be a long time before we actually get to see something like this in action? The idea of it sounds awesome though, right?!
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Audi A9 e-tron
The Audi A9 e-tron will be the second electric car marketed by the brand with the rings after the Q6 e-tron SUV and aims no more and no less to compete with the Tesla Model S. Its commercialization is expected in 2020.
Audi A9 e-tron engine
If Audi has not yet revealed the technical details of its future A9 e-tron , the electric sedan should resume the same characteristics as the future Audi Q6 e-tron with the use of a system composed of three electric motors, one at the front and two at the rear, accumulating up to 320 kW of maximum power.
In terms of performance, the Audi A9 e-tron should be lighter and therefore faster than the Q6 e-tron. For its SUV, Audi is aiming for a 0 to 100 km / h shot in 4.6 seconds and a top speed of 210 km / h thanks to a boost function allowing the maximum power to be temporarily increased to 370 kW.
Battery and range Audi A9 e-tron
The Audi A9 e-tron should use a lithium-ion pack of 95 kWh, which is enough to allow up to 500 kilometers of autonomy in the NEDC cycle.
As for the Q6 e-tron, the battery pack should be designed with the Korean groups LG and Samsung thanks to a partnership announced in August 2015
Audi A9 e-tron: charging
Still based on the characteristics of the Q6 e-tron, the A9 e-tron should offer a possible recharge up to 150 kW on a Combo CCS socket with a charging time of 50 minutes.
or domestic charging, induction will also be involved through an 11 kW AC system.
Design of the Audi A9 e-tron
To date, Audi has not revealed any images of its A9 e-tron which should be inspired by the Prologue concept, several versions of which have been presented in recent years at various motor shows.
Audi A9 e-tron price & marketing
It is obviously too early to announce any price for the Audi A9 e-tron, which will not go on sale before 2020.
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