2019 Audi e-tron 55 Quattro: Thai pricing and specs

2019 Audi e-tron 55 Quattro: Thai pricing and specs

The pure electric SUV has a 408 hp power and motion virtual side view mirror.

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Audi has become the first luxury brand in Thailand to launch an all-electric car.
The e-tron SUV is being officially imported through Audi's authorized distributor Meister Technik in the country. Its cost is 5.089 million baht.
Technical highlights include two electric motors that drive all four wheels, generating 408 hp.
In WLTP mode, the mileage is about 400km, while the 0-100kph time is 5.7 seconds.
The novelty of the brand e-tron is the virtual side view mirror. Instead, a camera can transfer images on the interior door panel.
Following the e-tron is the i-Pace SUV from Jaguar, which has confirmed that it will be held at the Bangkok International Auto Show later this month.
Mercedes-Benz also plans to sell the EQC SUV in Thailand this year, although the release date has not yet been determined. The size of the all-electric EQC is roughly equivalent to that of the e-tron and the i-Pace.

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