The 2019 Audi e-tron, shown in San Francisco last week, is the automaker's first full-electric vehicle. Set to arrive in the second quarter of 2019, the e-tron has a 95-kilowatt-hour battery, standard all-wheel drive and is able to automatically adjust its ride height up to 3 inches, lowering itself at highway speeds to reduce drag. It will come in two standard trims as well as a special First Edition model limited to 999 vehicles. The e-tron starts at $75,795, including shipping. Here's some initial e-tron reaction from the automotive media.
"Audi didn't want to go crazy with the design, and it's completely obvious what it is upon first glance. It looks like an Audi. The e-tron has an enclosed platinum gray grille that's intended to mimic Audi's SUVs, and Audi pointed out its continuous shoulder line that extends from the headlights to the rear."
-- Ryan Felton, Jalopnik