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News Audi Drops e-tron Concept Teaser Image Ahead Of Auto Shanghai Motor Show

Audi Drops e-tron Concept Teaser Image Ahead Of Auto Shanghai Motor Show

From what can be seen in the image, this Audi e-tron Concept could be the brand’s next supercar


  • The image shows nothing more than a low and wide front end.

  • More than likely, this vehicle won’t be an SUV.


But then again, it could be a Volkswagen ID.3-sized compact car for the masses… More than likely, the e-tron Concept Audi will debut at this weekend’s Auto Shanghai motor show will be a high-performance member of the German brand’s growing lineup of EVs.

We think this will be the case as the front end is clearly extra-wide and low. The bonnet is equally wide and is flank by distinct creases. Furthermore, the e-tron concept sports ultra-thin headlights, and massive air intakes are nothing if not entirely aggressive. This is why we doubt this concept is a future A3-sized EV.

Strangely, the concept does not even have a name. All there is, from the global Audi Media Center website, is the image you see above. That, and the fact that it will officially be revealed on April 19th.

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