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Despite its more sporty aesthetic, the Audi E-tron Sportback drives in a very similar manner to the regular E-tron SUV, but that’s no bad thing. Yes, it’s not quite as sharp as a Jaguar I-Pace in corners, but it is lavish inside, is extremely hushed and does a great job of soaking up bumps – even on 21in wheels. And thanks to some clever packaging, it remains usefully practical, too, even with that heavily raked roof. In fact, the only real disappointment is the range between charges – something we hope Audi can improve upon in the future.get the best price
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Buyers of an E-tron Sportback are treated to S line trim as standard. This brings a sporty bodykit, 21in wheels, Audi Matrix LED headlights, Adaptive sport air suspension, heated front seats, faux-leather upholstery, two-zone climate control and charging points on both sides of the car so you never have to drag cables over the top of it.
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This version pairs a 95kWh battery pack with a pair of electric motors that can produce up to 402bhp and an official range of 241 miles. But while the range is good and performance strong, the Jaguar I-Pace and Tesla Model X are both faster and can run for longer.
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