2009 Audi E Tron Concept

2009 Audi E Tron Concept

The 2009 Audi e-tron concept was unveiled at the 2009 Frankfurt Motor Show, representing the first all-electric concept car from the German automaker. The e-tron is a two-seater sports car powered by four electric motors, one at each wheel, producing a combined 227 horsepower and over 479 lb-ft of torque.

2009 Audi E Tron Concept

The e-tron is capable of reaching speeds of up to 155 mph and can accelerate from 0-62 mph in just 4.8 seconds. It has a range of just over 154 miles on a single charge and can be recharged in under four hours using a domestic power socket.

2009 Audi E Tron Concept

The e-tron features a unique design with its low, wide stance and aerodynamic shape. The car is made from lightweight materials, including aluminum, carbon fiber and magnesium, to help keep the weight down and improve performance.

2009 Audi E Tron Concept

The interior of the e-tron is just as impressive as the exterior, with a sleek, modern design and plenty of high-tech features. The car is equipped with a 7-inch touchscreen display, a head-up display, and a multi-function steering wheel.

2009 Audi E Tron Concept

The e-tron is equipped with a variety of safety features, including a host of airbags and a rear-view camera. The car also has a regenerative braking system that captures energy and converts it into electricity, helping to extend the range of the car.

2009 Audi E Tron Concept

The e-tron concept was a big step forward for Audi and electric cars in general. Although the concept never made it into production, it provided the foundation for the company’s future electric vehicles and proved that electric cars could be just as stylish and desirable as their gasoline-powered counterparts.

2009 Audi E Tron Concept

The e-tron concept was followed by the Audi R8 e-tron in 2013, which went into limited production. The R8 e-tron had a range of up to 310 miles and was the first all-electric production car from Audi.

2009 Audi E Tron Concept

The e-tron concept paved the way for other electric vehicles from Audi, including the e-tron SUV and the e-tron Sportback. Both of these cars have been well-received and have helped to establish Audi as a leader in the electric car market.

2009 Audi E Tron Concept

The 2009 Audi e-tron concept was a revolutionary concept car, showing that electric cars could be just as exciting and desirable as their gasoline-powered counterparts. It may not have gone into production, but it certainly paved the way for the future of electric cars.

2009 Audi E Tron Concept

2009 Audi E Tron Concept

2009 Audi E Tron Concept

2009 Audi E Tron Concept

2009 Audi E Tron Concept

2009 Audi E Tron Concept

2009 Audi E Tron Concept

2009 Audi E Tron Concept

2009 Audi E Tron Concept

2009 Audi E Tron Concept

2009 Audi E Tron Concept

2009 Audi E Tron Concept