The 2019 Audi e-tron, shown in San Francisco last week, is the automaker's first full-electric vehicle. Set to arrive in the second quarter of 2019, the e-tron has a 95-kilowatt-hour battery, standard all-wheel drive and is able to automatically adjust its ride height up to 3 inches, lowering itself at highway speeds to reduce drag. It will come in two standard trims as well as a special First Edition model limited to 999 vehicles. The e-tron starts at $75,795, including shipping. Here's some initial e-tron reaction from the automotive media.
Dealers featured this week include Nate Tansky and Judy Tansky, owners of Tansky Sawmill Toyota in Dublin, Ohio; Chris Baughman and George Peterson, owners of Sunset Honda in San Luis Obispo, Calif.,; and Bud Payne, dealer principal of Payne Weslaco Ford in Weslaco, Texas.