New Audi R8 e-Tron Concept Officially Revealed: Four Electric Motors with 4,500Nm of Torque (photos + video)

16 09 2009

The new Audi R8 e-Tron Concept has officially revealed at the 2009 Frankfurt Motor Show. Audi’s super concept powered by four electric motors, two each at the front and rear axles driving all four wheels, that produce a combined output of 230kW or 313HP along with a maximum, yes you are not mistaken, 4,500 Nm (3,319 lb-ft) of torque!! It’s a fantastic result of engineering.

Audi e-Tron Concept LIVE at 2009 Frankfurt Motor Show img_1 | AutoWorld

The new E-Tron accelerates from 0 – 100km/h time of 4.8 seconds, a top pace of 200km/h and a breadth of about 248km on plump lithium-ion vigor. Recharging the 213kg battery push at the back to detailed post requires six to eight hours on a common 220V conduit while a 400V close will do the job in about two and the half hours.

Read more (details + photos + video)!!

The e-Tron‘s appearance fronted tron’s appearance-like LED headlights which are complemented by the spacious song-trick lattice and additional air intakes. It is 4.2m long, 1.9m width and 1.23m high. Body stack is said to be 1.6 tons merit to the liberal use of opening casing aluminium technology and reinforced false for the body.


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15 01 2010
Second Audi e-Tron Concept Appeared in Detroit (photos) « It’s your auto world :: New cars, auto news, reviews, photos, videos …

[…] that first exposed at the 2009 Frankfurt Motor Show, has appeared in Detroit. When looking at the Frankfurt e-Tron a R8 directly comes to care. The Detroit e-Tron is actually 27 cm (10.63 inches) shorter in piece […]

2 03 2010
Second Audi e-Tron Concept Appeared in Detroit « Ikhzzan's Blog

[…] that first exposed at the 2009 Frankfurt Motor Show, has appeared in Detroit. When looking at the Frankfurt e-Tron a R8 directly comes to care. The Detroit e-Tron is actually 27 cm (10.63 inches) shorter in piece […]

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