Audi offers it with two battery packs: 95kWh (360PS/561Nm and up to 408PS/664Nm in Boost) and 71kWh (312PS/540Nm). The e-tron features a dual-motor AWD (all-wheel drive) setup. The 95kWh battery pack can be charged in 8.5 hours using an 11kW AC home charger. It is capable of supporting up to 150kW DC fast charging while the 71kWh battery pack supports up to 120kW. The two battery packs offer a WLTP-claimed range of 359-484km and 264-379km respectively.
Audi is likely to offer the e-tron in a single trim: e-tron 55. The e-tron will get a 95kWh battery pack with a dual-motor setup, with a WLTP-certified range of up to 484km. We would suggest you to wait for the launch for more details. Read More: - Audi Starts Accepting Bookings For The e-tron In India
It would be too early to give a verdict here as the e-tron is yet to make its way to the Indian market. It can be charged using an AC charger or a quick charger. With quick charging, the batteries can be juiced up from 0 to 80 per cent in just 30 minutes. Stay tuned for more.