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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.
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STo ensure there’s no mistaking this sporty flagship for lesser versions of the E-tron Sportback, it comes with bespoke bumpers, wheelarch extensions and silver detailing (including door mirror housings), while the electrically adjustable sports seats are upholstered in fine nappa leather. You can also specify 22in wheels and carbon fibre interior trim inserts.
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The E-tron S Sportback feels more agile than lesser versions and is properly quick, sprinting from 0-62mph in just 4.5sec. Unfortunately, you pay for its sharper handling with a firmer ride, so lose one of the main reasons for choosing an E-tron over its rivals.
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