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Avengers: Endgame ad brings out Audi E-Tron to help Captain Marvel

Yes, even Goose makes an appearance.

In case you've been… somewhere else since the 1990s, the Marvel Cinematic Universe is about to wrap up a whole bunch of loose ends with the new Avengers: Endgame, which hits theaters April 26. But before that happens, 's helping the newest member of the team get up to speed.

Audi this week unveiled its tie-in ad, called The Debriefing. Starring both Captain Marvel (aka Carol Danvers, aka Brie Larson) and Audi's new E-Tron electric SUV, the idea behind the ad is that Captain Marvel needs a crash course in the 21st century, because… well, I won't spoil it for you if you haven't seen it yet. Better hurry up, though!

Either way, it's simultaneously an ad for the E-Tron and for Avengers: Endgame, because Audi and Marvel have been best friends since the beginning, when an made its cinematic debut in the first Iron Man. Of course, times change, and the upcoming 3-hour CG fest will see Tony Stark ditch his R8 in favor of the newer, flashier Audi E-Tron GT concept.

Even if you've never entered the MCU, there's still time for 59 hours' worth of Marvel-movie binging before Endgame kicks off. As for things a bit more rooted in reality, the actual Audi E-Tron will start landing at dealers in May. Its 204-mile range isn't exactly king of the hill, but its capability for faster charging might help offset that figure some.

Avengers: Endgame is scheduled to open in theaters worldwide April 26, but in the meantime you can watch every other Endgame trailer and teaser right here.

2019 Audi E-Tron basking in the desert sun

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