We can tell there's plenty of pent-up demand for the forthcomingbecause the automaker said Wednesday it had "more than" 20,000 reservations for the electric SUV worldwide. Audi , and the first deliveries to European customers will start in March.
Customer anticipation for the E-Tron appears to have grown steadily, as back in late September 2018 we heard that Audi hadfor the new model. began around that time at Audi's in Brussels.
The 2019 Audi E-Tron will have two electric motors giving a combined output of 402 horsepower and 490 pound-feet of torque. Its lithium-ion battery pack is rated for 95 kilowatt-hours of energy storage, though we still don't have an exact range figure for the new EV. It'll cost and, interestingly, won't be stocked at US dealers. Instead, prospective buyers will need to .
Audi's news comes on the heels of reports that the, a rival all-electric SUV, is for its first year of production.
The 2019 E-Tron is just the beginning of Audi's electric ambitions. By 2025, the automaker intends to offer 12 all-electric cars. Thestarts production in Brussels by the end of 2019, and the will enter production in 2020 at the company's Bollinger Hofe facility in Germany.