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Introduction

The luxury car manufacturer Audi has shared a teaser photo of its upcoming electric vehicle (EV) powered by solid-state batteries. The automaker is furthering its commitment to electrification with a new EV, expected to be on the market in 2023. Based on this image, the design of the new EV will “draw on new ideas and technologies” that have been developed by Audi over the last 10 years, says the company.

Audi has shared a teaser photo of its upcoming electric vehicle (EV) powered by solid-state batteries.

The new EV will be available in 2023 and will be powered by solid-state batteries. No other details were shared about this new model, but we do know it will be revealed during the Paris Motor Show next week. The picture shows what appears to be an Audi A6 model with its hood up on an open road with some trees behind it, hinting at more than just an electric car being shown off here; perhaps even an all-electric SUV coming soon?

The automaker is furthering its commitment to electrification with a new EV, expected to be on the market in 2023.

The automaker has shared a teaser photo of its upcoming electric vehicle (EV) powered by solid-state batteries. The car appears to have been designed by Audi’s head of industrial design, David Woodhouse, who previously worked on the e-tron heavy SUV concept from 2019 and the A7 Sportback eTron concept from 2018.

The design of the new EV will “draw on new ideas and technologies” that have been developed by Audi over the last 10 years, says the company.

The design of the new EV will “draw on new ideas and technologies” that have been developed by Audi over the last 10 years. The company says it has been working with its automotive partners to develop new materials, electronics and engine technologies. “The result is an electric vehicle that looks like a sports car but drives like an SUV,” said Rupert Stadler, Chairman of AUDI AG in a statement.

Audi is upping its EV commitment with a new solid-state battery EV expected to launch in 2023

The design of the new EV will “draw on new ideas and technologies” that have been developed by Audi over the last 10 years, according to CEO Rupert Stadler. The carmaker has also committed to having at least one all-electric model on sale by 2025, which means it could be an A3 e-tron Sportback or another vehicle yet unnamed (or even a smaller SUV).

Conclusion

The new electric Audi will be powered by a solid-state battery, which is expected to launch in 2023. The car will have a range of 500 kilometers (310 miles) and will be able to accelerate from 0-100 km/h (62 mph) in 4.5 seconds, according to the automaker. For now, we know that this is going to be an all-electric vehicle—it does not have any range extender options like diesel engine or hybrid powertrain options for this type of battery technology yet,” said Michael Dickman at Bloomberg New Energy Finance.”We’ll see how it fares against similar models from BMW Group such as its Mini Electric Concept.”

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