If you happen to be visiting the art history museum in Geneva and see a rather unusual SUV on the street, you might be forgiven for thinking that it’s an outside exhibit. But despite the mind-bending and eye-catching paint job, what you’ll be looking at is not a new installation but a whole new car.
First Road Tests
From what sightings we’ve had we think it looks like a rather tamed version of the E-Tron Quattro Concept that we were all drooling over at the Frankfurt Motor Show way back in 2016. The front is less “in-your-face” and the rear is more SUV than the extremely sloped back of the concept car. The light designs have come through with minimal modification, however, and that strip connecting the rear lights still appears.
With Performance to Match its Good Looks
It is also expected that this set-up will be used in an E-tron Sportback which will hit markets a year after it’s stablemate.
The E-Tron Brand
Sales manager Dietmar Voggenreiter is also on record as saying that 2018 is going to be a growth year for the charging infrastructure, and now that the 500km range barrier has been broken, there will be more investment in both cars and infrastructure.