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All-wheel drive quattro from Audi will be electric

All-wheel drive quattro from Audi will be electric

All-wheel drive quattro from Audi will be electric

The main question that now stands in front of engineers Audi, is the applicability of the e-quattro, characterized by large size and heavy components in a relatively compact architecture MQB, which underlies many models of the brand. The main question that now stands in front of engineers Audi, is the applicability of the e-quattro, characterized by large size and heavy components in a relatively compact architecture MQB, which underlies many models of the brand.

Audi has plans to “electrify” their brand-wheel drive system quattro, says the publication Car Magazine. The current generation of “Quattro” is based on the work of the center differential on the basis of flat gears.

Car journalists learn more about the “top” of the planned Audi quattro configurations future – powerplant machine develops 408 hp in total It comprises a 292-horsepower engine, batteries and two electric motors 56 and 116 hp, one of which is located in the gearbox housing (56 hp), while the second set on the rear axle (116 hp ).

It is expected the new generation quattro system toggles between multiple driving modes, such as only use ICE or rear motor only, or to use all units. We already know that the technology will support wireless charging.

At the current stage of development of the system is called the e-quattro. The main question that now stands in front of engineers Audi, is the applicability of the e-quattro, characterized by large size and heavy components in a relatively compact architecture MQB, which underlies many models of the brand.

According to preliminary information, e-quattro will make its debut on the family of Audi A4 and a new generation of sports crossover TTQ, which we wrote about earlier.

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