Published on 30 Sep 2010 by Alison
The next member of the Audi e-Tron family has been presented live at the 2010 Paris Motor Show in the form of the Audi e-Tron Spyder. The open-top model is clearly based on Audi’s original coupé version and provides an interesting hybrid model for the roadster/cabriolet segment. It is equipped with a V6 TDI engine with 650 Nm (no power figures were released) placed in the rear while a pair of electric motors with 87 hp and 352 Nm are up front.
That’s a lot of torque in the e-Tron Spyder and the hybrid system consumes just 2.2 litres of diesel for every 100 km with 59 g of CO2 emissions per kilometre. The e-Tron Spyder does a range of 1,000 km with a tank measuring only 50 litres. The rest of the Audi stand at the show features the new A1 Competition Kit and the R8 GT, along with the new A7 Sportback which we get to see in red.