Audi A1 e-Tron is on its way. The company teamed up with E.ON, Stadtwerke Munchen and the Technical University of Munich to begin tests of twenty A1 e-Tron cars.

E.ON, Stadtwerke Munchen will install one hundred electric filling stations across Munich and the Technical University of Munich will gather the data.

"Electromobility means more to us than just electrifying conventional cars. Instead we are dedicated to a holistic approach to all aspects of the topic. We hope that this fleet trial will enable us to gain broad insights into the behavior but also the expectations of our customers regarding their dealings with electric cars.", commented Rupert Stadler, Chairman of the Board of Management at Audi.

Audi A1 e-Tron is plug-in hybrid car, which has 75kW (102PS) electric motor, which can run the car up to 50km on electricity alone. When the batteries are depleted, an engine recharges them, so the car can go an additional 200km. The expected fuel consumption is 1.9 litre per 100km (123.8mpg) and emissions of just 45g/km.

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