Audi has revealed its all-electric SUV at a glitzy world premiere in San Francisco.
Called the E-tron Quattro, it’s one of the most tech-focused cars on the market with some truly unique features.
While buyers will be impressed with its range of more than 200 miles on a single charge, those who love high-tech kit will be wowed by its video camera wing mirrors, six touchscreens and LED lights.
It comes with Quattro all-wheel drive that its designers claim is better than any version used on an Audi before.
Homologation for the UK hasn’t been completed yet, but Audi estimates it’ll have a range of 248 miles in real-world conditions. That puts it up against premium electric rivals the Tesla Model X and Jaguar I-Pace for range.
Prices will start at around £70,805 when it goes on sale in November.
The electric car is capable of 0-60mph in 5.7 seconds and it can hit a limited top speed of 124mph thanks to its 402bhp (300kW) power output and torque of 664Nm.
The E-tron can be charged to 80% in 30 minutes using a fast charger and sets a new standard with its ability to charge using a high powered 150kW unit. At home, it can charge at 11kW in around eight hours and has the option to charge at 22kW too.