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Audi e-tron GT Concept ในงาน Los Angeles Auto Show หลังจากที่มีการเปิดตัว Audi e-tron Quattro และ รถอเนกประสงค์
2035ซึ่งจะมีการแจ้งแผนออกมาในอีกไม่กี่เดือน พร้อมสถานะของโรงงานที่จะต้องเปลี่ยนไปผลิตแบบไฟ้าแบบเต็มตัวยอดขาย e-Tron
2020 Audi e-tron Sportback (อาวดี้ อี-ตรอน สปอร์ตแบ็ค) เปิดตัวขายในไทยแล้วด้วยราคา 5,299,000 บาท เป็นรถเอสยูวีพลังไฟฟ้าล้วน
Audi e-Tron รถครอสโอเวอร์พลังไฟฟ้าล้วน ซึ่งทำยอดขายไม่ดีนักในสหรัฐอเมริกา จึงได้ออกกลยุทธ์ใหม่ เปิดตัวรุ่นล่างสุดที่มีราคาเอื้อมถึงง่ายขึ้น
ซึ่งรวมไปถึงรถยนต์สปอร์ตไฟฟ้า Audi e-tron GT (อาวดี้ อี-ตรอน จีที) ที่จะเปิดตัวในตลาดโลกในสัปดาห์หน้า
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2020 Audi e-tron Sportback 55 quattro S line (อาวดี้ อี-ทรอน สปอร์ตแบ็ก) เปิดตัวอย่างเป็นทางการในไทย
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2020 Audi e-tron Sportback 55 quattro S line (อาวดี้ อี-ตรอน สปอร์ตแบ็ค) รถยนต์ไฟฟ้าทรงเอสยูวีคูเป้จากค่ายสี่ห่วง
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The other day I saw Audi e tron (electrical car) in the street with a magnificent green/blue color (galaxy blue) shining with the sun reflection, a breath taking scene, it was just too hot for the street, my heart melted & I falled in loveربنا يبارك لي صاحبا
I liked a @YouTube video 2020 Audi E Tron FULL REVIEW (Antigua Blue): Is this a Tesla Model X beater?
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2015 Audi A3 Sportback E Tron Blue
As someone who isn’t a Tesla owner, BUT is on the search for a new daily driver and have tested out extensively Tesla. I would say…YES ABSOLUTLY. BUT it depends. I won’t buy any electric Kia or entry-level family car (Model 3) because for that price I would be happy to buy a performance vehicle or save it for something better in terms of quality and design. However, because of my lifestyle and the fact that I drive 1) very few miles and distance 2) always against the traffic flow. 3) Single and don’t need to do any family thing I could easily own a sport car or even a supercar as my daily driver with no problem. But, I could easily own an electric car too. As someone who grew up with more upscale vehicle, when I drove and tested out Tesla, I expected that it would blow my brain off because of how advance it suppose to be or it is. I was impressed, but not too impress either. I have to say that I could see why someone would easily buy another brand that isn’t Tesla: Shit quality (the biggest reason actually and something that people who have and actually appreciate luxury vehicle will understand). Ahem I remember when Tesla used to have good interior with a lot of option like any luxury car. Now, because of underproduction and high-demand they have eliminated many options, which is a major drawback for many people who are used to luxury cars. Before and After: “Vegan Leather”- okay personally, I think this should just be an option or at least offer consumer to have full and real leather. But wait they can’t. Cause of production problem. Like its still fake leather and its the same shit that most other car brands even the most cheapest one offer. Panels and attention to details is very very low. Some people, like me, appreciate and have an eye for every single components a car has and how its made and the quality. NO PREVIOUS LUXURY CAR OWNER WANT TO BE TOLD THAT “PLEASE CHECK YOUR CAR IF ANY PANELS OR PAINT IS BAD”. WE DONT EXPECT THAT. Interior design (very important if you are used to luxury vehicle) In the case of the Model 3/Y. I don’t like how simple it is, especially for the price. Like it doesn’t even have a front gauge cluster, just a big screen in the middle. It has its appeal for some people, but personally I don’t like it that much due to that fact that I like to go fast and be able to read easily without taking my eyes from the front view. Personally, I like to have some tiny details and focus on details, such as buttons and trims parts. Or thing you never notice (like the rim of a cupholder being made out of aluminum instead of plastic). Exterior design (subjective, but understandable). Model Y/3 look like a fucking frog. It isn’t beautiful at all. In addition to that, for some people it could be too quirky and not subtle. Warranty Tesla doesn’t have the best warranty for an electric car. That honors goes to Jaguar. Performance When it comes to taking it to the track or going in corners. Some people like a nimble steering and feel. Suspensions and driving I’m going to be honest but the suspension was not the best I ever driven. Lack of customization and real luxury (a big blow to Tesla) Tesla only offer 5 colors (white, black, midnight grey, blue, and red), two rims, two interior option (three for Model S/X), No sunroof option, No ambient lights, No 3D camera compared to BMW, Audi and MB, No special order request or individual premium, no personalization or changes to badges, and other things. You get it Tesla are not luxurious due to the fact that they are more catered now to the mass. Its not bad, but they have done it in a way that compromise their luxury touch for those who are used to luxury car and to the original buyers of Tesla’s. When it comes to their model as someone who is used to luxury cars, Model 3/Y personally is less luxury as more of an economy or just premium car. But not luxury. I say this because the Model Y/3 is often compared to traditional luxury car brand by car journalist due to the price. In my opinion, within Tesla, the best in my opinion is Model S/X cause its their flagship to start with. However, they have lowered their quality and their customization possibility. Now which electric car would I buy, that isn’t Tesla? Well here’s my list: Audi E-Tron Look at that beauty. I drove this SUV. For people who are transition from petrol to electric, I would say Audi is definitely the winner. Quality? Go to the dealership see one sit in one and see the difference. Its immediate. They have two body style: Sportback Normal For those who care about rear visibility and practicality its easy to guess why Audi E-tron Normal is a great choice compared to let say a Model Y. Now lets see the option they have: Oh wait. We see that they have over 5 colors! Wow! ALSO THEY HAVE INTERIOR AMBIENT LIGHT. So whats the con of this SUV?: Well to start with the price jumps super fast (German characteristic) and for the fully packed version of it, One could buy a Model S/X. Audi E-Tron GT The only problem with this car is that its slighty cheaper than the Taycan. WTF!? I want it to be the same price as the Model S or cheaper. Porsche Taycan (honestly my favourite of all the electric cars) Hey They even offer a Station Wagon version! Now this one is my favorite. Beside the performance, it offer such a great handling. I would argue even better than Tesla when it comes to corners. This is just the tip of the ice-berg on Porsche options, as Porsche have soo many options. Now the only thing I don’t like about this car is that, well they charge me for every single detail of this car, when other brand such as Tesla and even Audi comes standard. However, if you (like me), likes very very simple Porsche and want an electric car that is soo simple that it actually feels more traditional than a high-tech electric car. Configure it to the cheapest option and buy this. Jaguar I-Pace Another good contender. Its very elegant, excellent built quality (more impressive given that its a Jaguar) and also has a superior warranty over Tesla in many ways. There are many other that I won’t be mentioning that are coming in the future, but I haven’t driven or sat at it yet. Given that the US will come late in terms of Electric car model compared to Europe, there’s very few options currently. However, I think Tesla are just very weird (in a good and bad way) and that could deter people from buying one cause theirs a lot of people that like things their used to already. [EDIT] As you can see clearly I am more of a Model S/X person and I personally want something that is more close to that. For those people who argue “Tesla is a revolutionary car company ya, uuu Tesla is not trying to be luxurious, ooo u buy a Tesla for its tech.” Please understand I don’t care about the miles. Its my money and clearly for does who aren’t car people then obviously tech will be seen more of a lux. As you can see, being affordable is something that I really don’t care. What I care is “good and reasonable price”, and performance and quality overall. In summary, a well balance and well rounded car. Very german in my own opinion. I am not willing to pay over $100k or over $95k on an electric car too easily because I could get a Porsche 911 or something like that.
Electric cars are just starting to take hold in the auto market. No longer relegated to the luxury segment, EVs now run the gamut from small to large and expensive to mainstream. And as you'll see on this list, some are quite quick. Keep reading to find out the top 10 fastest-accelerating electric cars from 0 to 60 mph ever tested by MotorTrend. To avoid repetition, we're listing each model only once in the highest-performing variant we've tested. Mercedes-Benz B-Class Electric - 6.5 Seconds The Mercedes B-Class hatchback was relatively quick, smooth, and luxurious. It was able to reach 60 mph in 6.5 seconds and it made 177 hp and 251 lb-ft of torque. But with just 87 miles of range, it wasn't a practical commuter. The model was discontinued in 2017. Luckily, Mercedes has a swarm of stylish and more practical EVs in the works. Nissan Leaf Plus - 6.5 Seconds We were pleasantly surprised when we first stepped on the accelerator in the Leaf Plus, the long-range version of Nissan's popular electric car. With 214 hp and 250 lb-ft of torque, it's substantially more potent than the standard version. Who ever thought a Nissan Leaf could outrun a Honda Civic? If you can get past the dull steering, you'll also enjoy its quiet, stable ride in the city and on the highway. Range in this quick electric car tops out at 226 miles. BMW i3 - 6.4 Seconds We appreciate the BMW i3's tight turning radius and quick acceleration, not to mention its eco-friendly interior with natural materials such as Eucalyptus wood. Overall, the i3 is not a bad first foray into the EV game. But we're generally not a fan of the driving dynamics; sloppy handling mars the experience. We expect BMW's next generation of electric vehicles to feel better suited to the blue-and-white roundel. Chevrolet Bolt - 6.3 Seconds No question about it: The Chevrolet Bolt made long-range electric cars accessible to the masses. Roomy, quiet, and fun-to-drive, the Bolt is the second EV to win MotorTrend's Car of the Year award after the Tesla Model S. Chevrolet sweetened the pot for the 2020 model year by extending range even further, to 259 miles. The Bolt makes a healthy 200 hp and 266 lb-ft of torque. Audi E-Tron - 5.1 Seconds The first all-electric product from Audi is the sleek E-Tron SUV. Part of the first wave of battery-electric vehicles planned by Volkswagen Group, the E-Tron is built on a new EV-specific platform that incorporates components from the group's existing SUV architectures. In many ways, the E-Tron is a stopgap until VW Group's dedicated modular MEB platform arrives, but that doesn't mean Audi just phoned this one in. With its two electric motors making a combined 355 hp and 413 lb-ft of torque, the Audi E-Tron is one of the fastest accelerating electric cars we've tested. In our tests, the E-Tron did 0-60 mph in 5.1 seconds. Range is estimated at just 204 miles by the EPA, however. Stay tuned for our real-world range test results. Jaguar I-Pace - 4.0 Seconds Jaguar's electric crossover is a pleasant sight to behold, and pure fun to drive. This stylish electric crossover makes 394 hp and 512 lb-ft of torque. With precise steering, instant acceleration, and next to no body roll, the I-Pace deserves a seat at the top of this list alongside the Teslas. As one of our 2019 SUV of the Year finalists, it even performed well off-road, trekking across dirt hills and sand pits thanks to its all-wheel-drive traction. Range is a healthy 234 miles. Tesla Model X P90D - 3.2 Seconds One of the fastest electric cars is actually an SUV. The Tesla Model X has many gimmicks, from its falcon wing doors to oversized front windshield and monopost second-row seats. But it's also functional, with sufficient room in the optional third row and an aerodynamic design that loses little range to the Model S. It's also surprisingly quick for its size. We tested a 2016 Model X P90D Ludicrous running from 0-60 mph in 3.2 seconds, although it took a much less powerful 75D model 5.5 seconds to hit the same mark. Tesla Model 3 Dual Motor Performance - 3.1 Seconds It may be Tesla's entry-level car, but the Model 3 packs a strong punch. In our tests, the dual-motor Model 3 Performance zipped from 0-60 mph in 3.1 seconds. This quick electric car packs 450 hp and 471 lb-ft of torque. The dual-motor Long Range model was noticeably slower, though, reaching 60 mph in 4.0 seconds. Both versions can travel 310 miles on a charge, although the Performance is currently $8,000 more expensive to start. Porsche Taycan Turbo S - 2.4 Seconds The Porsche Taycan Turbo S set a new quarter-mile record for electric cars in our tests. But in the 0-60 run, it comes in second place. We recorded a 2.4-second time in this car, ahead of Porsche's own estimated time of 2.6 seconds in Launch Control mode. Tesla Model S P100D - 2.3 Seconds The Tesla Model S isn't just the quickest electric car MotorTrend has ever tested. It's also the quickest production car we've ever tested—period. We clocked a 2017 Model S P100D, comparable to today's Model S Performance, hitting 60 mph in 2.28 seconds. In our review, we said this Model S "snaps your body in a manner that is utterly impossible to replicate in any other street-legal production car on normal tires and dry asphalt at a mid-$100,000 price point." Of course, we've tested less potent versions with slower times, everything from the P90D (2.6 seconds) to the P85D (3.2 seconds) and the previous "budget" 60 version (5.0 seconds). Fastest Electric Cars from 0-60 MPH Mercedes-Benz B-Class Electric: 6.5 Seconds Nissan Leaf Plus: 6.5 Seconds BMW i3: 6.4 Seconds Chevrolet Bolt: 6.3 Seconds Audi E-Tron: 5.1 Seconds Jaguar I-Pace: 4.0 Seconds Tesla Model X: 3.2 Seconds Tesla Model 3: 3.1 Seconds Porsche Taycan: 2.4 Seconds Tesla Model S: 2.3 Seconds Please Upvote and Share if you like.
Future Cars Worth Waiting For 2021-2025 Our sneak peeks of the most promising cars, trucks, and SUVs of the next few years. Even in the age of next-day delivery, self-checkout, and gigabit internet, some things can't be rushed. The cars, trucks, and SUVs seen here won't reach dealer lots for anywhere from a few months to a few years. Some of them are about to roll down the assembly line. Others haven't emerged from the design studio yet. We're telling you about them now, though, because these are the vehicles that will matter, regardless of how many boring crossovers automakers puke out. These are worth the wait. This video will give us information about future cars. 2021 Alfa Romeo GTV It's difficult not to love Alfa Romeo's Giulia Quadrifoglio. In spite of the sports sedan's tragic reliability record, it's still an absolute joy to drive and looks incredible. Who wouldn't want that in even sexier form, like, say, a two-door coupe? Good news! One is on its way, and it will resurrect the iconic GTV name and add electrification to the Quadrifoglio's 505-hp twin-turbo V-6. Expect up to 600 horsepower. 2021 Alfa Romeo Tonale The upcoming Alfa Romeo Tonale promises to be a rare beauty in a sea of luxury-subcompact crossovers. Plus it's Alfa Romeo's first hybrid model. Previewed by a concept model at last year's Geneva auto show, the production version should arrive later this year, starting around $35,000. 2024 Aston Martin Vanquish Aston Martin's next Vanquish will be a mid-engine supercar targeting the defining dream machines of the moment—cars such as the Ferrari F8 Tributo, Lamborghini's Huracán replacement, and the McLaren 720S and 765LT. Previewed by a concept car at the 2019 Geneva auto show (pictured), the Vanquish should start just north of $300,000 when it arrives in 2023. 2021 Audi e-Tron GT Audi's electric e-Tron lineup grows for 2021, with the shapely e-Tron GT joining today's e-Tron (no name, just e-Tron) crossover. There's no dancing around it: the GT is aimed squarely at Tesla's Model S. Audi is hoping it will deliver more than 250 miles of driving range and nearly 600 horsepower from a pair of electric motors (one per axle). Underneath its Blade Runner exterior hides, the same J1 architecture developed for fellow Volkswagen Group member Porsche, for its Taycan EV. 021 Audi Q4 e-Tron The Audi Q4 e-Tron is smaller and cheaper than the e-Tron and e-Tron Sportback, and it's aimed at the core of the crossover market. The Q4 e-Tron was initially previewed by a concept car (pictured) shown at the 2019 Geneva auto show. It will be the fourth electric Audi to come stateside but the first to use VW's MEB architecture designed exclusively for electric vehicles. It, too, will offer a slightly sleeker Sportback version. 2024 BMW i8 M BMW is working on a follow-up to the plug-in-hybrid i8 halo car, which in and of itself never really lived up to expectations. Previewed by the 2019 BMW Vision M Next concept car, this yet-to-be-named replacement (we've taken to calling it the i8 M) should place greater emphasis on performance than its predecessor did. It could also set the Bimmer world on fire with its retro M1-inspired style—it could have rear louvers, people! 2022 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 The upcoming Chevy Corvette Z06 will be the first of several upcoming ultra-high-performance variants of the C8 Corvette. We expect it to go on sale in early 2021 as a 2022 model, starting at about $85,000. It will use a naturally aspirated DOHC 32-valve 5.5-liter V-8. Plus, it has a flat-plane crank, just like a Ferrari V-8. It should rev to between 8500 and 9000 rpm, spit out 600-plus horsepower, and shriek like something from Ferrari. 2022 Ferrari Purosangue SUV Ferrari is finally taking the leap and building an SUV. For a brand that built its reputation on racing (cars, that is), this new project is quite the departure. For now, the creation is being referred to by the Purosangue name, which is Italian for "thoroughbred," and will go up against the likes of the Bentley Bentayga, Lamborghini Urus, and Rolls-Royce Cullinan—if not in pure performance, at least in price. 2022 Ford Fusion Active Selling a station wagon in an American car market infatuated with SUVs is a risky play for a manufacturer. But once Ford kills off the Fusion sedan later this year or early next year, a lifted version of that stigmatized-yet-highly-practical type of vehicle will soon be as close as shoppers will come to finding a new family car in a Blue Oval showroom. Enter the Ford Fusion Active, which we've seen in spy photos and leaked images so far. 2022 Ford Maverick In a move that's sure to shake up the truck establishment, Ford is planning a third pickup model that will be smaller than the mid-size Ranger. Built on the same unibody platform as the Escape and Bronco Sport crossovers, the Maverick could be a true compact truck the likes of which we haven't seen in some time. It's slated to arrive later in 2021 or in early 2022, possibly with a starting price in the low-$20,000 range. 2022 GMC Hummer EV In an amazing twist of fate, General Motors' gas-guzzling middle-finger-flying Hummer brand, discontinued in 2010, is poised to make a comeback for 2022 as an all-electric sub-brand of GMC. The GMC Hummer EV SUT pickup truck offers up to 1000 horsepower and GMC claims it's capable of blasting from zero to 60 mph in just 3.0 seconds. It's set to go on sale at the end of 2021 in loaded First Edition form, with an SUV version to follow. 2022 Honda Civic Type R Honda confirmed that a new Civic Type R is on the way, and it should have a more mature look as previewed by a prototype of the 11th-generation Civic sedan. The second red-badged Civic to arrive in the U.S. will have a more powerful turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder under the hood—hopefully with a better soundtrack—mated to a six-speed manual gearbox, and Honda didn't rule out a quick-shifting dual-clutch transmission, either. We've heard rumors about a hybrid all-wheel-drive powertrain, but we think it's unlikely—at least at launch, which should be toward the end of 2021. 2023 Hyundai RM20 N Of all the newcomers to the mid-engine segment, no vehicle highlights the current sports-car zeitgeist quite like a mid-engine Hyundai, which could be called the RM20 N. When it arrives in two or three years, expect the Hyundai to bring mid-engine dynamics to a new level of affordability. As we understand it, the decision-makers in South Korea are still weighing whether their car should be a $40,000 Hyundai or a $70,000 Genesis. In our minds, there's no question. It's too soon for Genesis to challenge Corvettes and Porsches, but a proper sports car could validate both N and Hyundai. 2021 Hyundai Santa Cruz The Hyundai Santa Cruz is the automaker's foray into the pickup market. It follows Honda's approach rather than the formula that American manufacturers perfected. The unibody truck will be offered with a single bed length, a four-door crew cab, and a choice of four-cylinder engines. We expect to see Santa Fe's 2.4-liter and turbocharged 2.0-liter inline-four paired with an eight-speed automatic and all-wheel drive. 2022 Jaguar XJ Jaguar's full-size XJ sedan is getting old, but you wouldn't know it by looking at the seductive four-door. Time marches on, however, and Jaguar is looking to replace the XJ (however handsome it is now) with an all-new model for 2021. And Jag is going bold: The next XJ will be fully electric, with some 300 miles of driving range and DC fast charging. 2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee Early in 2021, Jeep will launch an entirely new Grand Cherokee. It likely won't make it into buyers' hands until later in the year, as production has been delayed. What those new owners will get is a Jeep based on a version of the Alfa Romeo Giorgio platform found under the Giulia sedan and Stelvio SUV. The Grand Cherokee will be significantly longer than the trim little Stelvio, though. Not only will the Jeep's wheelbase surpass the Alfa's 110.9 inches, we expect it to be longer than the current Grand Cherokee's 114.7 inches. Not only will be roomier than the outgoing model, but it will also offer a three-row version with up to seven seats, as pictured here in spy photos. 2022 Jeep Grand Wagoneer Jeep is bringing back the iconic Wagoneer nameplate for a new full-size SUV offering. Shown so far in concept form, the Wagoneer, and Grand Wagoneer will compete with the likes of the Chevy Tahoe and Suburban. They will use a version of the Ram 1500's body-on-frame platform, with the Grand Wagoneer being the more luxurious version costing over $100,000 fully loaded. Three rows of seats will be standard, as will four-wheel drive. We expect V-6 and V-8 engine options along with hybrid and plug-in hybrid variants. 2023 Land Rover Defender 80 The upcoming Defender 80 is a new baby Land Rover set to be positioned below the recently revived Defender in the brand hierarchy. If it reaches the U.S. market, it could provide a more affordable entry point to the off-road-oriented Defender range. U.K. media reports have named it the 80—given that Land Rover calls the two- and four-door Defenders the 90 and the 110, respectively—although there is no confirmation of that. 2022 Lexus LQ Lexus is still lacking the modern, high-end SUV that virtually every other luxury vehicle maker has to offer affluent shoppers. The upcoming Lexus LQ, which will serve as a sleek range-topping crossover, should address that shortcoming. Previewed by the LF-1 Limitless concept (pictured), the longitudinal-engine LQ should share key structural elements with the LS sedan. It also should share its powertrains, including the 416-hp twin-turbo V-6 and its 354-hp hybrid powertrain. An F performance model might even pack a twin-turbo V-8 good for 600-plus horsepower. Maserati MC20 The upcoming MC20 is a mid-engine reminder that Maserati exists. Rather than a successor to the ultrarare, hyper-expensive MC12, the MC20 is a run-of-the-mill six-figure Italian sports car offered in both coupe and convertible forms. Maserati promises that the MC20 marks the start of a new phase in the brand's history, which it desperately needs if its vehicles are going to be relevant again. Maserati recently released technical details about the MC20's twin-turbo V-6 engine, which will produce 621 horsepower.
The theoretical answer. Norwegian voters historically have a tendency to prioritize voting for safety, security, stability and solidarity. Today, there is a bit less solidarity and a lot more wealth from the oil. Combined the preferences if manifested into a vehicle might very well be something close to the Audi E Tron. That is, Norwegian purchasers get all of the advantages of an electric vehicle and perhaps the most conservative German luxury car manufacturer in one package. If Norwegians were to turn into cars overnight many may turn into an Audi. The practical answer. For the Audi loyalist the E Tron is going to cost 25 to 40 percent less than the Q8 (in Norway) depending on the features chosen. My guess is many loyal Audi buyers are switching to electric. For those deciding between Tesla X, Jaguar I-Pace and E Tron a few reviews have placed the E Tron at the top for some of the following reasons. Reasons which I say reflect Norwegian lifestyles and values. The Audi is a good value for the money priced significantly less than the Tesla X (especially the performance edition) and moderately less than the Jaguar I-Pace. Audis are known in Norway for having good road handling capabilities which is important in a country with many very narrow, twisty roads often covered with snow and ice. The build quality and dependability of the Audi seems better than the Jaguar and especially the Tesla and is likely perceived that way by Norwegians. Norwegians often spend their free time out in the nature and at cabins. Many Norwegians have access to two or more cabins, usually one in the mountains and one near the sea. While the Tesla X offers the ability to tow the heaviest trailer (2,250 kilos) followed by the Audi at 1,800 kilos. The Jaguar only can tow 750 kilos so if towing vs. price is a high priority then the Audi wins out here. Norwegians being born with skis on their feet as some say here also want a box on the roof of their vehicles they can place their ski gear. The Tesla X rear box is less than ideal in terms of location and aesthetics and the roof box does not look “right”. Regarding brand affinity Audi wins in Norway. Jaguar until recently was a less preferred vehicle in Norway and they should be commended for selling as many I-Pace’s as they have. The Tesla looks like a blown up beetle and the doors are a bit ghetto rich. The Jaguar has sharp lines and looks too much like a trophy wife or husbands car. While the Audi has clean and classic lines that are understated (i.e., conservative) yet, sublime. Although, I was surprised to see a very popular Audi E Tron model being sold in petroleum blue with orange accents on the brake shoes. It used to be in Norway car buyers would have model and engine size bades removes from the car as it was seen as bad form to advertise or brag about such things*. To summarize, I think the E Tron of the four models mentioned has the highest utility for most Norwegians. In America, we say the early bird gets the worm. In Norway, its more the early bird gets eaten by the fox. The Tesla X was sort of that fox and was purchased by early adopters. The Audi E Tron is more or less the Electric SUV choice of Norway’s everyday person, and in a land obsessed with everyone is the same, its a good choice to have a piece of luxury that still fits in with the social democratic narrative (albeit, an increasingly affluent , luxury oriented and individualistic one).
Well, according to Kelly Blue book: https://www.kbb.com/top-consumer-rated-cars/electric-car/2018/ 10) Audi A3 E-tron 9) Tesla Model S 8) Kia Soul EV 7) Kia Niro PHEV 6) Porsche Panamera 5) FIAT 500e 4) Volkswagen E-Golf 3) Volvo XC-60 2) Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid Chevy Bolt There are a couple of plug in hybrids in this list and your definition of what qualifies as “long charge range” may vary, but you can’t go wrong with the Bolt.
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