The Audi RS Q e-tron E2 is equipped with a 52 kWh battery pack. It can reach 100 km/h in 4.5 seconds on loose surfaces.
Audi Sport is gearing up for the first race of the new Audi RS Q e-tron E2. They are currently testing the electric vehicle extensively in Morocco. All six Audi Sport drivers and co-drivers get to experience the Audi RS Q e-tron E2. The electric all-terrain vehicle is currently in its second stage of development. Audi RS Q e-tron E2 is a Dakar racing car that will not be put into production
The original Audi RS Q e-tron scored four race victories on its debut at the Dakar Rally in 2022 and shortly thereafter won the first desert race at the Abu Dhabi Desert Challenge. Audi was the first automaker to use an electric powertrain combined with an energy efficient converter. The E2 is an improved version of the original RS Q e-tron and it is being prepared for the 2023 Dakar Race.
On the E1, Audi worked on a lot of things. They’ve reduced weight and designed a completely new bodywork, more optimized for airflow. The car’s center of gravity has also been improved, resulting in better handling.
The efficiency of the electric powertrain has also been improved using new operating strategies. Due to the reduced weight, the suspension has also been retuned and the electric powertrain also operates more smoothly.
The Audi RS Q e-tron E2 has been tested at temperatures close to 40 degrees Celsius. The driver’s and co-driver’s seating positions have also been improved, the ergonomics are better, and the controls have also been regrouped. a reasonable way.
The off-road vehicle comes with three electric motors, one on each axle and one variable-energy motor. Acceleration time to reach 100 km/h on loose surfaces is 4.5 seconds, which is quite impressive. Top speed is limited to 170 km/h due to regulations. The battery has a capacity of 52 kWh and weighs 370 kg.
Date of first publication: September 23, 2022, 13:53 PM IST