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Audi e-tron S Comes With Three Asynchronous Electric Motors

The new Audi e-tron S’s moments and performance are measured electronically and have three asynchronous electric motors. 
The Sportback driven by Motor Information Services (MID) does what they should. Driving is always fun while playing. 
The electrical system is not at all surprising with any pitfalls that will surprise the driver. Accurately gripping, how the driver calmly drives and controls technology functions. 
Motors are most whistling if they can be heard from the noise of driving from rolling tires and the coming wind.  To feel the digital control function, you require a minimum of a subtle slope. 
On a dry road, right when it goes straight at the top of a tight curve, you can guess what is happening in the body’s basement. 

With a slight tendency to oversteer, the rear axle indicates that the power monopoly is currently active.

Audi e-tron S


The S Design is Based On e-tron

Visually, the S design is mostly based on other e-tron. Nevertheless, because of the body, which is 5 cm broad on the wheel arcs, S is enormous on the wheels. 


Front and back radiator and spoiler grills additionally reveal enhanced efficiency for viewers.

To improve aerodynamics, cooling blinds will open when additional air must be applied to the brakes or power electronic devices and an optional slim video camera, which functions as an outer mirror, reducing wind resistance. 


The Sportback variation has a stable CW value of 0.26.

As model S clients who deliberately choose inefficiency plus, they will have the ability to conquer the truth that its range correlates with the base version, has melted about 80 km on paper. 


According to the WLTP cycle or interim value, the next 360 km is estimated until the battery runs out (Sportback is 365 kilometers).

In everyday use, this is difficult to achieve. Also, those who enjoy high speed more often should try to find a charging station quickly. 

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Higher output and the 3rd electric motor then take their toll with the same battery power (95 kWh).

Dark tones interior

In the interior, dark tones form appearance. Natural leather or Alcantara seats can be arranged electrically, embossing the letter S with diamonds. 


Upon request, there are special S-seats with side bolsters that appear to increase stability when cornering. Decorative panels are presented in open-pore carbon or dark aluminum.

2020 Audi e-tron S Performance

Possibly this is something more further? Audi clearly asked this question to clients with pleasure. 

When consumers nod happily, carmakers create variants with more extras than the limits of advertising and marketing. 

Obviously, this game of concern continues with the Audi version, which is all-electric. In this case, it makes perfect sense that both e-tron 50 and 55 now have e-tron S, which is stronger by their side.

This peak worth can be reached by what is called the boost function for 8 s. Since with 973 Nm, it lugs a thousand mark, the e-tron S is also remarkable when it comes to torque. 

Without the boost, it is 320 kW and 808 Nm. If needed, the electric car runs from 0 to 100 in 4.5 seconds as well. 

With receptive velocity, it comes to be an obstacle for the vehicle driver and passengers’ neck muscles. The datasheet records 210 km/h as the maximum speed.

This does not indicate that the e-tron model’s base is rolling powerlessly on the road, at least 313 hp. Stronger phase, two electric motors have been made between 265 and 300 kW. 


On the e-tron S, there is now a third electric motor and supplies more muscle mass, so the dynamometer reports a general optimum value of 503 hp.

If it needs to be on the slippery ground to fully secure the rear axle because the differential slip is limited, then the two motors on the rear axle are somewhat simultaneous. 

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Or when cornering, power is distributed as if the bike with the best grip is preferred. In the language of the engineers, this perfect balance state is called torque vectoring. 

Most of the time, the e-tron S functions as the best rear-wheel-drive, right when the front axle is needed as a corrective for extra grip.

Of course, this efficiency must be subdued. 

Determined by the e-tron S level, this is handled by an exceptional electronic power management system that not only has three drive controlled resources but also each individual wheel. 

It instantly compares all details to allow the amount of steam to be digested independently by the tire.

Audi e-tron S Specs and Price

Similar to all complete size designs from Audi, the principle of operation is focused on two screens where buttons are displayed efficiently. 

Not necessarily the best solution since the hit rate reduces with bumps. 

The 3rd screen right before the driver is home to all details regarding driving conditions plus information that can be readjusted. The whole perception is whatever is exceptional, including the price.


You can’t have an e-tron S for less than 93,800 euros. 

While the sporty e-tron S Sportback prices are 96,050 euros. 
The differing checklist of additional costs offers enough chances for both designs to push costs quickly to the six-figure range. 

From August 2020, consumers, who may be a lot more, can report their demands to the dealership, and the first shipment is planned for October 2020.


  • Dimensions (meters): 4.90 x 1.99 /x 1.62
  • Motor: 3 asynchronous electric motors
  • Power: 438 hp (boost up to 503 hp)
  • Torque: max 808 mm (boost up to 973 Nm)
  • Drive: All-wheel-drive
  • 0-100 km/h: 4.5 s
  • Speed: Max 210 km/h (eletronically regulated)
  • Consumption: 27.2 – 29.0 kWh/100 km
  • Emissions: 0 g/km


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