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New 2021 Audi e tron S Review - INTERIORhttps://youtu.be/uPl4__7qjqc

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All New Audi e tron S Sportback (2021) Review - Interior And Exterior Only a few months after the debut of the Audi e-tron Sportback comes its more high-performance sibling. Introducing the 2021 Audi e-tron S Sportback, a nearly 500-horsepower four-door… https://youtu.be/5QQaAAFJA2E

รีวิว Q&A audi e tron interior 2021

Has Tesla missed its opportunity to mass produce and sell cars due to increased competition from the big car manufacturers?

Are you sure you shouldn’t have written the question the other way around? In my opinion it would be better this way: “Have big car manufacturers missed their opportunity to produce and sell EVs due to increased competition and high manufacturing volumes from Tesla?” OK, just to inform you (and those who are willing to read more): there is no serious competition to Tesla's cars. Not now, not in 2019 and highly unlikely in 2020. I have high doubts about 2021. That’s as far as I am willing to predict. Nissan Leafs (all versions including 2018) have no thermal management and therefore have heavy long range problems. The old ones have also battery degradation problems. VW e-Golf has a nice interior, but in EV aspect it pretty much shares the Leaf destiny. A short-to-mid range commuter car. Renault ZOE is a small car with an odd AC rapid charging system which is in process to become obsolete. A nice small commuter EV, but nothing more and by current standards it is actually a fairly old model. BMW i3 has a rather small battery. And the car is small too. Hyundai Ioniq is a nice EV, but the battery should have been twice as big. On long trips it needs annoyingly many charging stops. Without that flaw, it could actually become a (close) Model 3 competitor, at least in some aspects, but the production has come to a crawl because of a battery shortage. Chevrolet Bolt has a nice 60 kWh battery, but charges quite slow. The car isn't big enough for a family either. Hyundai Kona EV pretty much shares the size with the Bolt, consumes a bit less, has a slightly bigger battery, charges significantly faster, actually a quite nice smaller EV. The catch with it are production numbers. Supposedly they will make only 20.000 cars per year, maybe even less in 2019 due to the battery shortage. Kia Niro EV shares Kona's story, it’s a nice EV, but with similar (low) production numbers. And European competitors? Jaguar i-Pace looks nice and has a fairly good ground clearance, but consumes more than the big Tesla Model X while the interior only as big as the smaller Model S. Add to this a charging speed that is about 30% slower than a Tesla Supercharger and you get the picture. And - there will supposedly be only 15.000 built in 2019, and a significant part of them will go to Google Waymo for fleet duty status. For a consumer market, that's practically nothing. Audi E-Tron? A nice, but very big EV with a battery that's too small for its consumption; charging speeds and production numbers are yet to be seen, quite likely they will be low too (comparing to Tesla), like with i-Pace. And Mercedes Benz EQC? Currently still only a project, first cars should be delivered in 2020. And the main competitor will actually be Audi, not Tesla, since it shares e-Tron's philosophy: nice, big, but expensive and meant for wealthy people whose only long travel is - to the airport. With Porsche we know only the name and the voltage which should be used, which in essence means - the car doesn’t even exist. For comparison: Tesla is currently producing about 20.000 Model 3s and about 3.000 Model S and X (each) - per month! So all brand-name "competitors" struggle to compete (except maybe in some interior features or materials) with the Model S and X while they all forgot that they should compete with the Model 3! That one is the in-house Tesla Model S “killer”. In that case, the Kia Niro EV might be a competitor, but it is outclassed by the Tesla in some features and even more in production numbers by a 10:1 ratio. So in essence - Tesla has no serious competition - it is the other way around. Tesla Model 3 is in the process of ramping up production to outsell any other car in the US market with the exception of a few pickups. All cars, not only EVs ! And with pickups excluded, Tesla Model 3 is currently number 4 in monthly sales in USA. September 2018 YTD U.S. Passenger Car Sales Rankings – Best-Selling Cars In America So in short, give me a break with your “Tesla missed the opportunity to mass produce and sell cars …” - when it actually sells more than all competitors, I mean, their ICE models, yet alone (almost non-existing) EVs !

Why should I buy Tesla Model X instead of Audi e-tron?

The biggest factor that could sway your decision in favour of the E-tron would be the exterior. Does this look better than this? If you really dig the E-tron's exterior, just buy it. If not, it's better to refrain. Other than subjective reasons like exterior, the Model X is superior to the E-tron in nearly every other metric but build quality and interior. Efficiency and range: The Model X has 325 miles of range with a 100 Kwh pack. The E-tron has 204 miles with the same sized pack. Charging: Model X charges at up to 200 Kwh, E-tron at 150 Kwh. Model X has On-Route Battery Warmup which cuts charge times by 50%, E-tron does not have this feature. Admittedly, E-tron charge curve maintains max charge rate for a longer period. Thus, full charge is likely faster than Model X. However, 75% of EV charging occurs at home, so that feature is pretty much useless. Performance: The E-tron does the 0–60 mile Sprint in 5.5 seconds. The Model X Long Range does it in 4.4 seconds. Top speed of E-tron is at 124 mph. Model X's is at 155 mph. Practicality: Audi's E-tron has up to 1755 litres of cargo space while Model X has a maximum of 2500 litres. Model X also seats 7 while the E-tron only seats 5. Technology: The Model X has a massive 17 inch touchscreen, with Google Maps integration, a Chromium based web browswer and Deezer/Spotify streaming. While the E-tron has a smaller screen at 10.1 inches, it has many more features than Model X. Here's an excerpt from Audi, “With the City assist package, features including the crossing assist , cross traffic assist rear as well as lane change and exit warning provide for safety. Audi pre sense 360° – the combination of Audi pre sense front , rear and side – is also on board. This system detects collision hazards within system limits and initiates targeted protective measures, from full braking to tensioning of the seat belts. Some assist systems are bundled in special packages, others are available separately. Among the latter are the night vision assist and the 360 degree cameras .” Autopilot: Audi's range of assist systems could be made obselete by Tesla's system. Rated best by Consumer Reports, it aims for Full Self Driving by late 2021. Supercharger: This is Tesla's Supercharger network. This is Electrify America's network. It's gonna take a while. And even when completed, it won't be as extensive as Tesla's Superchargers. Interior: Audi E-tron blows Model X out of the water in this category. Heated and cooled massage seats are just objectively better than Model X's “just heated" seats. However, Model X has an interior refresh coming up so it's hard to say the extent of superiority Audi would hold after Fit and Finish: Vs Nuff said. Model X recently re-tooled to improve alignment though I don't think they could go from 90s Kia to Audi perfection. Price: E-tron starts at $75,000 with tax credit. Model X starts at $84,500 without. That's definitely a plus. E-tron or Model X? That all depends on the above.

Are German automakers in a good position to challenge Tesla as the industry leader in battery electric vehicles as of 2021?

Are German automakers in a good position to challenge Tesla as the industry leader in battery electric vehicles as of 2021? Well, the article in the attachment gives them a fairly good chance. In my opinion it is a moderately biased view on the transition to electric vehicles from the viewpoint of German luxury carmakers (Porsche, Audi). The article emphasizes the efforts of German automakers with vehicles at a price range of $100,000 and more (Audi e-Tron GT or Mercedes EQS). BMW lags behind, it is preparing for 2025. Well, yes, but this is a niche with very little room for expansion. On the other hand, Volkswagen invested $300 million in QuantumScape which develops solid state batteries. “’If they succeed in bringing this technology to market sooner than Tesla, then Elon Musk has a problem,’ said Ferdinand Dudenhöffer, director of the Center Automotive Research in Duisburg, Germany.” The problem is - this sentence starts with a big IF. Volkswagen isn’t risking much, but this may take a decade or even more to make this technology in scale and especially efficient in cost. On the other hand, Tesla has decided to use the currently available chemistry and engineer it to its full potential. In the second half of this decade, it will be really hard to beat with price per kWh. But at least it is honest in one place, and I quote: “The Germans have decades of experience creating cocoon-like interiors, sinewy suspensions and exteriors dressed in precisely fitted steel. Tesla, founded in 2003, has struggled with quality and manufacturing problems, though it has proved to be a fast learner. When it comes to electric cars, the Germans lag Tesla. The Taycan cannot go as far on a charge as the Tesla Model S and lacks Tesla’s self-driving software, two features that may be more important to many buyers than drag strip performance. The German carmakers are trying to close that technology gap and, they hope, overtake Tesla before it’s too late.” My take: Yes, there may be a place for German automakers in the luxury market - they have and will probably keep an advantage when it comes to a premium build or interior. Tesla has a weapon in this game - Full Self Driving. Currently it is still a beta, but in a few years this product will be ready, while German automakers seem to have stopped their R&D and will probably shop this system on the market. The disadvantage of their system is, they may run in same trouble like Volkswagen when different systems from different vendors didn’t cooperate. In this case, Tesla’s Apple-wise approach is almost certainly better. When it comes to sports cars - well, Porsche has definitely its brand and loyal customers, but will have competition from two ends: - Tesla Model S Performance and Plaid where overheating will a problem from the past (*) - Roadster 2, while having a similar price as some high end Porsche Taycans, it will leave it in the dust with anything except premium interior. It is rumored that Porsche will sell its Bugatti brand to Rimac, enabling it to sell its cars under this brand. Rimac will spare no cost and they will be most likely better than the Roadster 2 - but at a much higher price. On the other hand, the bread and butter is at Tesla Model 3 and Model Y, but also Volkswagen ID.3 and ID.4 or Skoda Enyaq or a few others which will be built on the same platform. Their platform is good and the build is supposedly better (while the software is worse), but Tesla’s platform is even better and they have more performance and technology. Tesla is also preparing a not-so-secret advancement - lower battery pack price, so by 2023 it should have an advantage there. Where will this end? While the future of BMW may be fairly grim since it will be late to the market and Mercedes probably won’t do much better, I see a much nicer future for the Volkswagen Group: Volkswagen, Audi, Skoda, Seat. For the time being, Volkswagen will probably do better in Europe while Tesla will do it in USA, but both will take over the ICE market faster than ever. Note: (*) It is obvious that the writer of the article doesn’t know the details of electric cars. With Tesla’s Model S it was a problem of overheating motors and not an overheating battery. A battery is easy to heat up or cool down, a rotor in an electric motor is far more difficult. And it is also a matter of design: the Model S has a high performance, but is basically still a premium sedan with a primary goal of being road-trip worthy. Porsche Taycan was built from ground up a sports car, to achieve better performance on a race track sacrificing efficiency and range. It performs well on the German Autobahn, but it has to top-up a lot more often than a Tesla.

Is it true that the Tesla interior is inferior to other luxury auto brands like Audi and BMW?

Every answer I’ve read so far except the one from Michael Barnard seem to fall into the false equivalency trap, comparing an old, entry level Tesla Model S with something like a top of the line BMW 7 or a Mercedes S Class. These cars range from 1.5 to 3.3 times the price of an entry level Tesla Model S depending on the spec you chose. See my comment on the answer from Travis Vinicombe for details. Of course the interior appointment is inferior to cars in this class. The reason is Tesla are after customers who value function over form, and the perception of exclusiveness. Tesla is not trying to be exclusive. A more objective comparison would be a high spec BMW 5 series, mid range Mercedes C-Class or an Audi A6 55 TFSI S (slightly cheaper), with the current entry level Tesla Model S. The earlier model Tesla S interior was considered inferior to the “best” Audi, BMW and Mercedes had to offer, but as already pointed out, that is a false comparison. Then you need to define “inferior” with regard to the interior design and if you are counting dollars, factor in that the Tesla will outperform these models in every way on the road. Then there is the TCO to consider, which is considerably less for a Tesla due to the lower maintenance and fuel costs, but lets just stick with what is considered “inferior” with regard to the interior of cars in the same price range. If you include luggage room in the consideration, every other similar sized car on the market looses to the Tesla Model S for obvious reasons. It has a Frunk. As for interior seats, dash, etc, here is a shot of the Tesla Model S Interior. Here is a better view of the dash. Here is BWM 5 Series interior review 2021 BMW 5 Series and a look at the dash and back seat, The design of the dash is fundamentally different. Reading both reviews indicates the Tesla has huge benefits if you like gaming and being online. The BMW is way behind in that respect and all the controls are pretty standard. The BMW dash design looks very busy compared to the clean simplicity of the Tesla. That’s a subjective judgement. Is one better than the other? Personal choice is the only guidance here. You cannot claim one is definitively inferior to the other based on personal subjectivity. The only advantage I could see in the BMW is the cooled rear seats (the Tesla only has ventilated front seats). The rest is just what you would expect in any car in this price range. The best comparison I’ve seen is an Audi E-Tron vs a Tesla, though he is comparing older models and the current Tesla Model S has had a major upgrade to the interior since this comparison was made. Regarding the interior only, the Tesla S and X are clearly superior for storage and passenger numbers, but are clearly inferior to the Audi with respect to seat comfort. I’ll let you decide which is more important. Most other interior features such as the instrument functionality seemed pretty even except for one. The Tesla is upgradable. The Audi is not. Since when have you been able to get free upgrades in a car? Since never, before Tesla. Those arguing that this is a bad thing need wake up. Tesla are not beta testing their cars on the customer base. If they think that they don’t understand what beta testing is. Tesla are fixing any minor issues found over the air with minimal inconvenience to their customers. With other manufacturers your options are a factory recall if the problem is serious enough, a loaner, if the dealer deems the issue is under warranty, or tough luck sucker, maybe it’ll be fixed in the next model you buy, that’s life. Tell me, who has the better customer service?

Is Tesla the best option for an electric car or should I wait for more choices from different car manufacturers?

Is Tesla the best option for an electric car or should I wait for more choices from different car manufacturers? I understand this question as “will in near future a competitor offer more bang for the buck”? And the answer is - no. Note: the answer was written in April 2019. Read the update at the end. Currently the Tesla Model 3 is the market leader. Soon it will be accompanied by the Model Y. If you are looking Hyundai (Kona), Kia (e-Niro), Nissan (Leaf 2.0 and Leaf 2.0 Plus) or Chevrolet (Bolt), for the same money they offer less. The first two also have delivery problems. Audi e-Tron and Jaguar i-Pace need rapid chargers that are capable to charge with a speed of at least 100 kW, the e-Tron can make usage of 175 kW - chargers which are currently still very uncommon. Once installed, they will quite likely offer electricity at a higher price than Tesla. Porsche Cayman will be able to use 350 kW chargers, but Porsche didn’t demonstrate a single charging session (update: it can charge at up to 270 kW, but only for a few minutes). Tesla recently introduced the Supercharger V3 which enables to use 250 kW and that one will be rolled out across the USA in 2019 (late 2019 also in Europe). Jaguar i-Pace, Audi e-Tron and Mercedes Benz EQC may offer more luxurious interiors, but they offer a far inferior long range capability. Model S and X are still champions in their class. Let’s not forget - all competitors mentioned before are more “thirsty” than Teslas. Focusing more on design than performance almost all of them need 15 –30% more energy than comparing Teslas. Very soon Tesla will update the Model S P100DL (now called Ludicrous Performance) which puts the Taycan in the bag in performance, it should charge in about the same time after the upgrade - while still probably being significantly cheaper. I like the Taycan styling too, but I would really want to know if you would be willing to pay a 20% premium just because of the styling. And Tesla Roadster 2, where the styling is just a matter of personal taste will wipe away with any competition. VW will come with a I.D. / NEO which should supposedly be a cheaper platform, but it will probably offer less and actually compete with cars that even today are not on par in technology (Nissan Leaf 2.0 40 kWh, Hyundai Kona 39 kWh). With batteries that will offer the same range as the current standard (60 kWh and above) I highly doubt that they will be competitive to Tesla Model 3 and Model Y in price. So in essence, I don’t see any competition coming which would be a better choice in the foreseeable future. Not 2019, not 2020 and quite likely not in 2021 either. Update, February 2021 This answer was written in April 2019. Now we have 2021 and yes, there are several alternatives, already available or expected at some moment in 2021. Tesla Model 3 Tesla Model Y Tesla Model S Tesla Model X Audi e-tron BMW iX3 Mercedes EQC Polestar 2 and its cousin Volvo XC40 Volkswagen ID.4 and (on the same platform) Skoda Enyaq Ford Mustang Mach-E Nissan Ariya Hyundai IONIQ 5 Most of them are coming in different battery sizes and a standard (or optional) 4WD. Not to mention some smaller EVs: Volkswagen ID.3 (in 3 battery sizes), the “triplets” (same technology, but different design) Peugeot e-208 / Peugeot e-2008 SUV / Opel Corsa-e , the still decent, albeit slightly dated (for their class) Korean triplets Hyundai Kona Electric , Kia e-Soul and Kia e-Niro and the updated Hyundai IONIQ Electric , BMW i3 and Renault Zoe ZE50 , commuters and cars for short road trips. I don’t mention city cars since they are in a totally different league. You can look them up in the EV Database . Everybody has to decide where he will want to drive since Tesla still has a significant advantage when it comes to road trips. Supercharger | Tesla is far better than Electrify America or IONITY EU , not to mention that Teslas can use the competing charging network (if needed) either directly or with an adapter (in USA) - it doesn’t work vice versa since other manufacturers refuse to pay a fee to Tesla. Another point is software and online software updates (which only some competitors offer) and the Autopilot, which may not be at Tesla’s level. Tesla is also still leading in efficiency, generally also in range and in most cases also in charging speed (added range in 15–20 minutes). But yes, alternatives are here. Some good, other only decent, but yes, now customers have choices, especially if they are willing to get into Tesla’s price range. Back in 2019, there were (almost) none. For new updates as they will come, read in the comments section.

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