With the 2019 LA Auto Show practically around the bend, Audi has affirmed it will head two new models in the City of Angels one week from now. One will be the arrangement generation Audi e-tron Sportback, which appeared as an idea in 2017 at the Shanghai Auto Show.
Another mystery photograph discharged by the German automaker flaunts the e-tron Sportback’s creative Digital Matrix headlights – a first for an arrangement generation vehicle. Utilizing around one million micromirrors, the Digital Matrix headlights can light the path before the vehicle with “remarkable exactness.”
Audi has affirmed the e-tron Sportback will have the equivalent powertrain as its SUV kin, which means it will have a double engine, all-wheel-drive arrangement conveying 400 strength and 490 lb-ft of torque.
This arrangement empowers the e-tron SUV to quicken from 0-62 mph in 5.5 seconds before fixing out at 124 mph. Outwardly, the e-tron Sportback will likewise share configuration prompts with the e-tron SUV, yet a slanted roofline will give it an in vogue, roadster like appearance. Generation will happen in Brussels close by the e-tron SUV. Audi will lift the spreads off the new e-tron Sportback the night prior to the 2019 LA Auto Show on November 19 at 6 pm neighborhood time.
On the off chance that you lean toward burning fueled SUVs, the new Audi RS Q8 – the new elite variant of the leader Audi Q8 SUV – will likewise make a big appearance in LA. Determinations haven’t been affirmed at this point, yet Audi guarantees the no-nonsense SUV will convey “epic execution” from an eight-chamber twin-turbo TFSI motor and a 48-volt gentle half breed framework.
This is probably going to be a similar motor that powers the Audi RS6 Avant, so expect the RS Q8 to pack around 592 hp. With its belt alternator starter, the RS Q8 can recuperate up to 12 kW of capacity to its lithium-particle battery, enabling it to “skim” for as long as 40 seconds with the motor turned off at paces of somewhere in the range of 34 and 99 mph. Both the Audi e-tron Sportback and Audi RS Q8 will be in plain view at the LA Auto Show, which commences on November 20.