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Audi e-tron quattro Concept, electric SUV over 500 km of autonomy

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Published at Sunday, April 10th 2016, 16:23:03 PM by Leonard J. Martinez. Audi.

Audi has unveiled the 'Overnight Volkswagen' prior to the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show the new e-tron quattro Concept a prototype with the German firm which provides the basis for a future SUV hundred percent electric.

Electric mobility or where appropriate the development of plug-in hybrid cars are two of the centers where Audi wants to evolve and take important steps. The next big advance and desired plasma with the prototype e-tron quattro Concept one of the most important ecological innovations that are released in the Frankfurt 2015.

The Audi e-tron quattro Concept lays the foundation of an SUV with electric propulsion hundred percent. With the addition of a battery of high-recently generation capacity Audi announced its collaboration with LG and Samsung to create a large energy storage Storage- the German firm ensures that the final version of which will start production this prototype will have more than 500 km of autonomy.

The battery is made of lithium ion and is placed between the two axles and below the cabin compartment as an element that contributes to better weight distribution in addition to further lower the center of gravity. The load can be achieved through systems of alternating current (AC) or direct current (DC) using a cable connected to a station or by induction (wireless charging). It would take about 50 minutes to fully charge stations offering an output of 150 kW.

For the powertrain of the Audi e-tron quattro Concept it is part of the experience with sports Audi R8 e-tron. In this case the prototype we see Frankfurt features three electric motors one in the front and two on the rear axle. The standard output is 435 hp with the possibility of a total force pushing 503 hp and a torque of 81.63 Nm peak when required by the driver. This makes it possible to accelerate from 0-100 km / h in 4.6 seconds and reach a top speed of 210 km / H.

The carrier equips the Audi virtual booth with several digital displays (plus instrument panel) from which we can control lights and infotainment systems further limiting controls analog type.

The Audi e-tron quattro Concept also features advanced aerodynamic solutions such as multiple moving elements on the front sides and rear area that serve to improve the flow of air around the body (this in turn carries the fully enclosed) low. In all Audi Announces Aerodynamic coefficient Cx of 0.25 a record for an SUV. It measures 4.88 meters long 1.93 meters wide and 1.54 meters high.

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A technical and structural level the Audi e-tron quattro Concept uses the modular longitudinal platform MLB2 second generation (like the new Q7). By exterior dimensions it advances that is halfway between the Q5 and Q7. Are we therefore to an increase of future Q6? Time to time.

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