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Audi e-tron

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2019 Audi e-tron Ratings & Reliability
This luxury all-electric midsized SUV comes standard with all-wheel drive, a plush, well-appointed cabin and a healthy list of advanced safety features and driver aids. Sizewise, the e-tron slots between Audi's Q5 and Q8 SUVs. It has an EPA estimated range of 204 miles from its 95-kWh battery. The e-tron is quick and super quiet as it glides smoothly and effortlessly. The ride is very comfortable and handling is responsive. The cabin is dominated by two large touchscreens, which we found to be daunting at first but ultimately manageable. It takes over 11 hours to charge the e-tron through a 240-volt connector from near empty. With the emerging fast-charging Electrify America network it can charge at 150 kilowatt. Standard advanced safety systems include forward collision warning, automatic emergency braking, blind spot warning, and rear cross-traffic warning.