Audi unveils the new E-Tron electric supercar at the 2010 Detroit Auto Show
Audi unveiled the newest color and a tweak in the designing of its E-Tron electric concept supercar at the 2010 Detroit Auto Show. This car kisses the environment and has a wheelbase of 95.67 inches. This car also uses just two motors unlike the previous E-Tron vehicles that powers up its rear wheels. This helps maintain Audi’s 40:60 weight distribution. Weighing 879 pounds, the battery pack is nestled in front of the rear wheels. The supercar also boasts LED headlamps and taillights, a trapezoidal grille and a curvy body. The car has body made of reinforced composites with aluminum and carbon fiber. This helps the new E-Tron shed weight. The car can shoot up to 62 mph in a mere 5.9 seconds which is a bit lesser then the concept vehicle displayed at Frankfurt. This simply means that Audi is now stressing more on range than speed performance. This car can cover up to 155 miles and has a top speed of 124 mph. as you watch this car zip by, make sure you spot its awesome 19 inch spoke wheels! The E-Tron supercar, packed with these features crosses the checkered flag in style.