2019 Audi E-Tron: Everything You Need to Know

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Those shopping for a luxury electric SUV have an alternative to the Tesla Model X and Jaguar I-Pace: Audi’s first all-electric SUV, the E-Tron. It’s on sale now starting at $75,795, including a $995 destination charge — but excluding the $7,500 maximum federal tax credit.

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But how does it compare? That depends on what you’re looking for. The E-Tron’s EPA-estimated range on a full charge is 204 miles, lower than the I-Pace (234 miles) and the base Model X 75D (238 miles).

Range may be disappointing, but power is not. Horsepower ranges from 355 to 402 — depending on whether Boost mode is engaged — and the automaker estimates its 0-60-mph time at 5.5 seconds.

Interested in this compact SUV that blends electric performance and luxury? We’ve driven it, compared it back to back with rivals and also covered pricing, specs and more. Here is a roundup of our comprehensive coverage, which can tell you everything you need to know about the 2019 Audi E-Tron:

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