This isn't just a concept -- it's a genuine preview of things to come.
The E-Tron Sportback concept is the second part of Audi's three-part plan for EV introductions through the end of the decade.
The first, the E-tron Quattro concept, is set to head to production in 2018. This bad boy should follow one year later, in 2019.
Its 95-kWh battery is said to provide a range of about 311 miles on the European NEDC cycle -- it'll be a bit lower using US standards.
The concept is also able to charge via wireless induction using an Audi charging pad in a parking spot.
Three electric motors combine for a power output of 496 horsepower and 590 pound-feet of torque.
It sports a coupe-like roof, a trend popularized by the BMW X6, GLE-Class Coupe and other silly crossovers.
Inside, the E-Tron Sportback gives us an idea of what to expect from future Audis.
Between the front and rear seats, there are six screens. That's a lot of screens.
Thankfully, you have until 2019 to figure out what they all do. Click or swipe through for a bunch more pics from Audi.