The Audi e-tron quattro, which has been out of production since 2019, is coming to the U.N. General Assembly for the first time in 2019.
The new model will be available to customers in the U.
“This is an opportunity to really show the U, especially the people that live here, that we’re committed to being a leader in this sector,” said Assembly President and CEO John Pinto.
“It’s a great opportunity to bring a new product to market to our American customers.”
The Audi etron Quattro is the first of three new models that will debut in 2019, along with the Audi Q3 SUV and the Audi RS5 crossover.
The e-tuned, plug-in hybrid electric car, which will be based on Audi’s latest A3 platform, will have a range of about 265 kilometres, compared to the current Audi A3 range of 190 kilometres.
It will also come with a range-extender, and a range boost system, and is equipped with a new, more efficient lithium ion battery pack.
The Audi Q4 SUV, which was first introduced in 2019 with a gasoline engine, is also getting an upgrade.
It now has a battery that has a capacity of 600 kilowatts and a peak torque of 600 Nm, and it can drive at 60 kilometres per hour.
The battery will also be upgraded to 100 kilowatt hours and a maximum torque of 350 Nm.
The new Audi eVosport SUV, also based on the A3, is scheduled to be available in 2019 and will have an optional battery that can deliver a range increase of 600 kilometres, up from 350 kilometres.
The Audi RS3, which is currently only available in the United States, will get a range upgrade of 300 kilometres, from 350 to 400 kilometres.
Audi has also announced that it will be expanding the range of its e-cars in 2019 to include a new e-bus.
The company said that it plans to build 500 e-buses and to produce 200 e-motors by the end of 2019.
The 2019 Audi A4 and A5 e-sports cars will also get an upgrade, with the e-cab versions coming with the all-wheel drive, electric power steering system and electronic stability control, and the e.tron’s electric drivetrain.
The 2018 Audi A5 sport sedan and A6 sport coupe will also receive a plug-ins hybrid drivetrain and electric drive, and there will also a hybrid e-pod available.
The 2017 Audi A6 Sportback is also being refreshed.
The A6 will be offered with a turbocharged, all-electric engine with a claimed range of 240 kilometres, a range that has not been verified by the company.
It also gets a battery pack upgrade that will be able to deliver a maximum of 500 kilowats of torque.
The 2020 Audi A7 sedan will also go on sale, and will also have an electric drive and an electric motor, as well as a battery upgrade that can increase the battery capacity to 800 kilowat hours.
Audis e-Cab will also become available for customers to purchase.
The car, currently offered in Canada only, is a plug in hybrid electric vehicle with a combined range of 200 kilometres.