More Audi EVs to arrive amid growing interest

The German automaker wants to introduce more battery-powered models here, starting with the e-tron SUV

Mr Markus Schuster, Audi Singapore managing director, with the e-tron, Audi’s first fully electric production SUV, at its launch at the Singapore Motorshow 2020.
Mr Markus Schuster, Audi Singapore managing director, with the e-tron, Audi’s first fully electric production SUV, at its launch at the Singapore Motorshow 2020. PHOTO: AUDI SINGAPORE

With an eye firmly on the future, German automaker Audi is keen to capitalise on the electrification wave lapping the shores of Singapore - first with its e-tron sport utility vehicle (SUV) that was unveiled at the Singapore Motorshow 2020 last month.

Another battery-powered model will follow by year-end - the e-tron Sportback, a sportier and sleeker-looking version of the e-tron, Audi Singapore managing director Markus Schuster tells The Straits Times.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on February 01, 2020, with the headline 'More Audi EVs to arrive amid growing interest'. Subscribe