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At the Auto Shanghai 2019, Audi is premiering two Concepts specially for the Chinese market. The Audi AI:ME Concept joins the e-tron and Q2L e-tron.  Also in the limelight is the Audi Q3, which has its sales unveiling in Shanghai.

The Auto Shanghai is taking place at  National Exhibition and Convention Center, from 16 – 25 April.

Audi continues to appease the Chinese

The body of the Audi Q2L e-tron is 33 millimeters (1.3 in) longer than that of the basic model. The car is powered by an electric motor on the front axle that mobilizes 100 kilowatts and 290 newton meters (213.9 lb-ft). With a battery capacity of 38 kilowatt hours, it has a range of up to 265 kilometers (164.7 mi), determined according to the local homologation procedure.

Audi Q3 customized to suit Chinese market

The second generation of the Audi Q3, which is having its national sales launch at the Bund, is also being manufactured in China. The family SUV not only looks more self-confident but is also roomier and more versatile. Just like the Audi top models, it features a digital operating and display concept, extensive infotainment solutions and innovative assist systems.Chinese customers can choose from three four-cylinder engines ranging between 110 and 162 kW (150 – 220 PS).

Another highlight of Audi’s presence at the Bund is the world premiere of a visionary concept car for tomorrow’s urban mobility: the Audi AI:ME shows the ideas of Audi designers and developers for a compact car of the future. The show car offers a roomy, futuristic interior and capability for level 4 automated driving. This allows the occupants the freedom to do what they like with their time on board. The Audi AI:ME offers a broad range of high-tech features for communication, entertainment, or simply relaxation.

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Articles Audi AI:ME and e-tron Concepts debut at Auto Shanghai 2019

Audi AI:ME and e-tron Concepts debut at Auto Shanghai 2019

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At the Auto Shanghai 2019, Audi is premiering two Concepts specially for the Chinese market. The Audi AI:ME Concept joins the e-tron and Q2L e-tron.  Also in the limelight is the Audi Q3, which has its sales unveiling in Shanghai.

The Auto Shanghai is taking place at  National Exhibition and Convention Center, from 16 – 25 April.

Audi continues to appease the Chinese

The body of the Audi Q2L e-tron is 33 millimeters (1.3 in) longer than that of the basic model. The car is powered by an electric motor on the front axle that mobilizes 100 kilowatts and 290 newton meters (213.9 lb-ft). With a battery capacity of 38 kilowatt hours, it has a range of up to 265 kilometers (164.7 mi), determined according to the local homologation procedure.

Audi Q3 customized to suit Chinese market

The second generation of the Audi Q3, which is having its national sales launch at the Bund, is also being manufactured in China. The family SUV not only looks more self-confident but is also roomier and more versatile. Just like the Audi top models, it features a digital operating and display concept, extensive infotainment solutions and innovative assist systems.Chinese customers can choose from three four-cylinder engines ranging between 110 and 162 kW (150 – 220 PS).

Another highlight of Audi’s presence at the Bund is the world premiere of a visionary concept car for tomorrow’s urban mobility: the Audi AI:ME shows the ideas of Audi designers and developers for a compact car of the future. The show car offers a roomy, futuristic interior and capability for level 4 automated driving. This allows the occupants the freedom to do what they like with their time on board. The Audi AI:ME offers a broad range of high-tech features for communication, entertainment, or simply relaxation.

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