Audi will offer a cheaper version of the e-tron next year, with a smaller battery pack and reduced range.
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Audi is now taking orders for the new e-tron, its first fully-electric model, which is set to rival the Jaguar I-Pace and upcoming Mercedes-Benz EQC.
Audi has showcased an all-electric supercar concept at Monterey Car Week, in California.
Audi will launch a Q4 SUV alongside the Q8 and three e-tron battery electric vehicles, while also replacing five core models, by 2020.
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