Still under cover though as it should only be revealed in the second part of 2019.
Considering the fact that Mercedes-Benz, BMW and lately even Audi are making coupe-ish versions of their petrol-driven SUV’s, there is no particular reason, they would not make coupe versions of their cars. That is what engineers at Audi probably thought after presenting Audi e-tron in September last year (or more likely soon after they started developing it) and so they have started developing E-Tron Sportback.
The car may not be ready just yet, but the day of unveiling is probably not that far away. That can be sad on the basis of a video, which Audi has published few days ago. There we can see the upcoming electric SUV storming around a frozen lake in Finland – standard procedure in development of any or at least most new cars.
Sadly, no new information or technical data has emerged from Audi camp, thus we can only guess its specification, but if it is going to keep the same numbers as the 2017 prototype, then we can expect a 95 kWh battery pack, range somewhere around 400 kilometers on a single charge and a pair of electric motors with combined power output of 370 kilowatts.