Audi began testing 20 examples of its A1 e-tron city car in Munich this week. This trial run for the electric car with range extending gas engine will help Audi evaluate the future usability of the car.
Audi is finally walking the electric car walk with a fleet test of its A1 e-tron range-extended electric supermini.
Audi is raising the bar for electric vehicle infotainment systems and will be offering the same telematics package in the European A1 e-tron that it delivers in its top-of-the-line A8 models.
Although the carmaker is rolling out only 20 A1 e-tron fleet vehicles, it's installing 200 charging stations for its initial testing of its MCV.
The new littlest Audi straps on a pair of batteries.
The Mini E's 100-mile range worked for most drivers a majority of the time, but a recent survey shows they drove the cars less and used a gas-powered vehicle as backup when needed.
Automotive News reports on Audi's e-tron EV strategy.
Audi is all set to mix it with the little boys with an affordable new supermini dubbed the A1. With that in mind, we figured we'd take a look inside this miniature marvel and check the tech
Audi unveils the A1 and the A1 e-tron at the 2010 Geneva auto show.