The new 2020 Audi e-tron Sportback is available for order in the USA. Prices start from $77,400. This summer the model will reach the U.S. dealer showrooms.
Compared to the 2019 e-tron, the new car has more steeply sloped rear end and 2-inch lower roofline, its powertrain is more efficient. The usable battery capacity is increased from 88 to 91 percent.
Charging at a high-speed public charger within 10 min adds 58 mi* to the range. When charged at up to 150 kW on a DC charger, the battery is brought from 5 to 80 percent in half an hour.
The driving range of the 2020 Audi e-tron Sportback is 218 miles according to EPA (277 miles on the WLTP cycle). The 2019 e-tron has 204 miles EPA-rated.
The entry-level e-tron Sportback Premium Plus with 402 hp/490 lb-ft of torque costs $78,395 (including $995 of destination charge). It comes with a 95-kWh battery and electric quattro all-wheel drive. This price is $2,600 higher than the equivalent 2019 Audi e-tron’s.
The higher level Prestige trim cost $84,295: plus $4,200 to the price of the 2019 non-Sportback e-tron.
A Special Edition One model starts at $89,490. It comes with Plasma Blue metallic paint, S line exterior appearance; 21-inch S-spoke design bi-color wheels, Monaco Gray Valcona leather seating surfaces with two-tone dash.
Incentives for purchasing an Audi e-tron Sportback include a potential federal tax credit of up to $7,500, additional local and state credits; a 1000 kWh hours of charging at no extra cost at Electrify America fast-charging stations across the country within the first 4 years of ownership.
In Europe, the model is due to go on sale this spring, it may be fluid because of the COVID-19.
Prices start at €71,350 for the base e-tron 50, while the 55 costs €83,150 or €2,250 more than the standard e-tron.