Audi India showcased its first all-electric SUV, the e-tron, recently. It will be the first all-electric luxury car in the market when launched either by end-2019 or early-2020. The e-tron SUV is built at Audi’s CO2 neutral factory in Brussels, Belgium and will be imported via the CBU route. Here’s a detailed look at how the e-tron SUV looks in the flesh. At first impressions, the e-tron SUV looks every bit like a typical Audi. At the front, the e-tron sports a huge hexagonal grille with four vertical chrome slats and a skid plate at the bottom. The e-tron gets sleek LED headlamps with LED DRLs wrapped around the headlamp area. It also gets four horizontal mini DRLs below the headlamps. Audi claims that the e-tron has an aerodynamic body with a drag coefficient of only 0.27 cd. It gets a sleek look with chrome strips along the side windows and a haunch that starts form the rear door that flows cleanly to the boot. With a length of 4901mm, the e-tron isn’t bigger than the Q7 nor smaller than the Q5. However, it has a longer wheelbase compared to the Q5, which helps in freeing up more room inside. One of the main highlights of the e-tron is its clean, stylish and large five-spoke alloy wheels that set the electric SUV apart from the rest. The alloy wheels are available in 20-inch and 21-inch options, with the former being offered as standard in India.
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