The EPA has finally made its official range estimate for the Audi e-tron and it’s not quite as huge as you might expect.
Set to hit showrooms next month, the all-electric SUV will get 204 miles per charge. Fortunately, that charge shouldn’t take too long. If you go to a 150 kW public charger, you should be able to get an estimated 54 miles of range in 10 minutes and 163 miles of range in just half an hour.
And while 204 miles is many more than the average trip, the e-tron does fall behind the likes of the Tesla Model X and the Jaguar I-Pace, which have 238- and 234-miles respectively.
The Mode X 100D long range can even go up to 295-miles on a charge, but whether or not Audi has longer range trim levels on the horizon remains to be seen.
The e-tron will at least give you 4,000 lbs of towing capacity, 57 cubic feet of storage, making as practical as it looks.
With its 355 hp motor (which can make up to 402 hp in Boost Mode) the e-tron is good for a 0-60 sprint of 5.5 seconds.