Test drive: Audi e-tron Sportback offers refinement and comfort
Audi’s electric SUV range is bolstered by this sporty-looking addition which loses little in practicality
Audi first used the “e-tron” name way back in 2009 on an all-electric sports car concept. It took nearly a decade more for a fully electric car using the same badge to hit the market in the shape of the e-tron SUV, but now they are coming thick and fast and the second showroom-ready model to arrive in Ireland is the e-tron Sportback tested here.
The Sportback name is a versatile one in the...
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