Meet the Audi E-tron
There have been a lot of Audi news this week so far.
For starters, Audi unveiled all of the highly anticipated details on the E-tron, which is their first all-electric SUV.
The E-tron will be released to the public in 2019 and will cost customers about $75,000.
To take a look around, check out the overview video Audi made below:
Audi On Demand
The other Audi news relates to a new offering called “Audi On Demand.” For $1,395 per month, users will have access to at least five different Audi vehicles. We already know that list definitely includes the A4, A5 convertible, S5 coupe, Q5, and Q7. Vehicle swaps can happen as often as twice per month, but cars can be in a customer’s possession for as long as six months at a time.
Unfortunately, that all-in price doesn’t include fuel, but it does include maintenance and insurance.
This subscription-based service is a model we’ve seen other carmakers speak about a lot recently. Now that Audi is formalizing their approach, I expect others to follow-suit soon.