Audi's first regular-production electric vehicle, the e-tron Quattro, is set to arrive in showroom in about a year and is already setting itself apart from the pack. 250 prototypes of the vehicle were recently set loose on the streets of Geneva, Switzerland, and have already drawn a decent amount of attention. Part of the attention came from the unique camouflage wrap placed on the prototypes, but the vehicle also features sharp design features that indicate its innovation. Unlike Audi's gas-powered crossovers, the e-tron Quattro features a wider, shorter and chrome accented exterior.
Audi has claimed that the e-tron Quattro is capable of 310 miles of range on a 95 kWh battery pack, and is powered by 3 electric motors. The triple motors output 320 kW and are capable of DC fast-charging up to 150 kW, resulting in a full charge in just 30 minutes. The vehicle will also have weather-beating all-wheel drive, on-demand over-the-air updating systems and upgradable headlights.
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