Trailer: Audi e-tron SUV prototype

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During the Industry Pool at the Nürburgring I have filmed the 2019 Audi E-Tron. Audi is bringing an electric SUV to market in the form of the e-tron, and it's due next year, most likely as a 2019 model. First introduced as a concept at the 2015 Frankfurt auto show, the SUV will be sized between the Q5 and Q7, which originally lead to speculation that it would use Q6 in its name. Instead it will just be called the e-tron. The prototype spotted testing looks a lot like the current range of recently updated Audi SUVs, and it does appear to be sized between the Q5 and Q7. The rear hatch area slopes down faster than the more upright current products, though, and the grille looks like it is flatter and wider than the current one on both the Q5 and Q7. It's also likely that the cooling ducts that the current models have on the outer edges of the front bumper are either much smaller or not there at all. There is, after all, no internal combustion engine to cool. Some of those cues come from the concept shown in Frankfurt, but this version looks much more production ready. Audi hasn't announced concrete specs for the e-tron but has been hinting at a range of at least 250 miles. In the concept sat a single electric motor at the front axle and twin motors at the rear. Peak output was around 430 horsepower, though an energy boost mode was able to lift this to 496 hp momentarily. The battery was a 95-kilowatt-hour lithium-ion unit. The e-tron name dates back to 2009, when Audi introduced an electric concept car based on the R8 supercar. Since then, Audi has applied the name to the A3 e-tron and Q7 e-tron plug-in hybrids, as well as the production version of the R8 e-tron, which was canceled after just one year and fewer than 100 had been delivered. That car, by the way, was Audi's first electric model. Audi will offer two more electric cars by 2020. Shortly after the arrival of the e-tron, we’ll see the related e-tron Sportback. The other model is believed to be a city car targeting the BMW i3 and to a lesser extent Chevrolet’s Bolt EV. Interestingly, some of Audi’s electric cars will feature solar cells in their roofs. The generated energy will only be used to power ancillaries like the air conditioner or seat heaters, thus saving that little bit of extra energy to increase range. Please click on the 👍 button , leave a comment and subscribe to my channel! Thanks for wachting! More videos are coming up. Michael - Automotive Mike MY GEAR: Sony 4K FDRAX33 - Rode Videomic Pro - GoPro Hero4 Black - Canon EOS 650d - Canon EF-S 15-85mm f/3.5-5.6 IS - Sigma 70-200mm f/2.8 APO EX DG HSM OS - Foneso Digital Sound Level Meter - iMac 5K - MacBook Pro Touchbar - iPhone 7 - * affiliate links: through clicking at the amazon links, I´ll get a small commission and can keep up the work - costs you nothing, just a click :) thx ➡️ ➡️ ➡️ ➡️

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2018 BMW X7 price, specs and release date BMW X7 SUV concept revealed Will be the largest car BMW makes It’ll have a plug-in hybrid version Photos of the BMW X7 SUV concept have been leaked via Bimmerpost. When the production model is launched, it’ll be the largest model BMW has ever built. The X7 is a luxurious seven-seater SUV built to rival the upcoming Mercedes GLS and will feature powerful engines and a plug-in-hybrid version. Styling There’s no disguising the X7 concept’s size and the styling does little to understate it. The firm’s signature ‘kidney’ grilles are massive – easily the largest versions ever fitted to a BMW – and the slender headlights help them look even bigger. The enormous alloy wheels fitted to this concept enhance its imposing image, though it’s not clear if they’ll make it to the production model. At the back, tall air ducts accentuate the car’s width and the slim LED brakelights are similar to those used on the recent Z4 concept. It’s expected that both of these elements will be toned down before production although, overall, the finished car is expected to bear a striking resemblance to this concept. Interior Besides a few concept design touches, the X7’s interior looks very close to what could be fitted on a production model. The two large digital screens will almost certainly be kept – one to replace traditional dials and one to deal with the infotainment and navigation. The latest version of BMW’s gesture control will feature allowing passengers to alter settings with a wave of their hand. A full-length glass sunroof lets light flood into the cabin and this could well be an option on the finished X7. Passengers in the middle row will be treated to lots of leg and headroom, while the two iPad-sized screens on the back of the front seats could also remain. The X7 will be BMW’s most expensive and luxurious SUV, so the materials will feel plush and premium. Engines and driving Under the behemoth bonnet, it’s expected that there’ll be a choice of petrol and diesel six-cylinder 3.0-litre turbo engines and a 4.4-litre twin-turbo V8 petrol with 445hp. These photos also show an electric charging point by the front doors, meaning the X7 will probably come with a plug-in-hybrid powertrain consisting of a four-cylinder turbo engine, a powerful electric motor and a lithium-ion battery pack offering limited electric-only range Price and release date It’s only a concept for now but when the production BMW X7 gets released, entry level models should cost around £75,000, while fast V8 versions could cost upwards of £110,000. It’s likely to be revealed at September’s Frankfurt Motor Show and it could arrive in showrooms in late 2018. 2018 BMW X7 latest news (updated 2017) BMW X7 spied undergoing testing A choice of three power plants could be offered It’s thought to be BMW’s flagship SUV Is expected to go on sale in 2018 The upcoming BMW X7 will be the firm’s largest SUV when it makes its debut sometime in 2018. This seven-seater model is expected to be a colossal five-metres long, helping it wage battle against full-sized SUVs such as the upcoming Audi Q8, Ranger Rover Velar and Mercedes GLS. Images courtesy of Autoevolution give us a glimpse of this upcoming model being put through its paces. Check out our latest savings on our car deals page. Click ‘login’ to sign up on our homepage and configure a new car or browse our extensive range of new, nearly new, ex-demo and pre-reg stock cars. Read More Music Source: NCM Epic Music Ender Guney "SUBSCRIBE NOW"

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