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Despite its more sporty aesthetic, the Audi E-tron Sportback drives in a very similar manner to the regular E-tron SUV, but that’s no bad thing. No, it isn't as sharp as the Jaguar I-Pace in corners, but it is extremely hushed and most versions do a great job of soaking up bumps, while the interior is lavish. As a bonus, it remains usefully practical, too, even with that heavily raked roof. The only real disappointment is the range between charges.
The trimSee full equipment
If you want all the options but don’t want to go through the hassle of selecting them individually, then Vorsprung is the trim for you. The standard equipment list reads: 22-inch titanium alloy wheels, orange brake calipers, soft close doors, heated steering wheel, a 19-speaker Bang & Olufsen audio system, and diamond stitched super sport seats. It is, as you’d expect, eye-wateringly expensive.
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This version of the E-tron Sportback hits the sweet spot between performance (0-62mph in 5.7sec) and range (247 miles), plus it’s more comfortable than the pricier S version. Just bear in mind that the Jaguar I-Pace is faster still and can go even farther on a charge.
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