The Audi e-Tron Has a Lower EPA Range Than Expected. Here’s Why

Last week, Audi announced that it had received official EPA range estimates for its upcoming 2019 e-tron SUV. With a 95-kWh battery pack, it was expected that Audi’s first long-range plug-in car would have an impressive range — but as the EPA figures show, its official range per charge is just 204 miles.

Rather than just being poor design however, there’s a reason for Audi’s less-than-expected range for the e-tron. And it’s a reason that could help the car’s battery pack have a long and healthy life.

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