Audi has quietly revealed the e-tron Sportback prototype at the Geneva motor show, which will likely be fully detailed later in the year.
Essentially a coupe version of the e-tron quattro SUV, the e-tron Sportback borrows its name from the sexy e-tron Sportback concept revealed for the 2017 Shanghai motor show. Unfortunately, the attractive design of the concept hasn't quite translated to the production model.
The German marque hasn't supplied a lot of information about its new model, though it has confirmed it will introduce the e-tron Sportback to market "later in 2019".
Based on the same platform as the e-tron, the Sportback version will likely draw upon the same dual-motor electric drive system which puts out a healthy 300kW and 660Nm.
With that in mind, expect 0-100 to take less than 6.0 seconds, on its way to a top speed of 200km/h.
The pair of electric motors will be fed by a 95kWh lithium-ion battery pack good for 'over' 400 kilometres of driving range on the WLTP test cycle.
Like the wagon, the e-tron Sportback will be available with 150kW DC fast charging, capable of replenishing 80 per cent of the battery in "less than half an hour".
No images of the interior have been supplied yet, but we reckon it's a safe bet the overall design and layout will be pretty much identical to the e-tron quattro, with slightly less headroom and cargo volume in the rear thanks to that sloping roofline.
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