Audi R8 e-tron will be produced on demand

Audi R8 e-tron will be produced on demand

Audi confirmed: the R8 e-tron will go into production. Ulrich Hackenberg, Member of the Technical Development team of manufacturer, told the website Autocar that the model will be available for order.

The leader, however, did not set a deadline for the Audi pass to receive the applications by electric sports. Because it is not yet decided whether to release e-tron will be based on the current generation of the R8 or the next, arriving at market by 2015.

Anyway, Audi has announced that the R8 e-tron production will have a significant increase of autonomy in comparison with the prototype (pictured) has revealed: 215 km to 449 km on a full charge.

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