Audi's first electric car, the E-Tron SUV, was selected as the best safety choice by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). It's the first battery electric car to differentiate from the previously lacking cars like Tesla's Model S or Chevy Bolt. The agency released several videos of crushing E-Tron in a test facility. You can see up and down.
E-Tron has received an overall "good" rating from IIHS '"Crashworthiness" category. This is the best difference your organization makes. IIHS also found that E-Tron's "Pre Sense Front" automatic emergency braking system performed well in the 25 mile per hour test, avoiding collisions. (E-Tron was slowed down to 1 mile per hour before it affected the 12 mile per hour test.)
Model 3 has not yet been fully tested by IIHS, but is currently in the process of controlling the speed of the current vehicle. In . (The spokesman said four Model 3s are currently in testing or pending.) IIHS also did not test Model X. Tesla questioned the "methods and motivations" of non-profit organizations after Model S did not receive the best safety picking distinction.
Receiving a good rating from IIHS has been a great help for E-Tron, and this product has a rock and roll out. Vehicle release was delayed after Audi's CEO was arrested on his charges against the Volkswagen Diesel Gate exhaust cheating scandal. Due to low battery, the actual launch of the vehicle was delayed. After the E-Trons finally reached the road, Audi immediately recalled hundreds of people due to fire hazard.
E-Tron is one of the first serious long-distance electric cars next to Jaguar's I-Pace. Market in luxury market. It starts at about $ 75,000 and can travel about 204 miles on a single charge. Mercedes-Benz's EQC electric SUV started running its production line this summer, and Porsche's first electric car, the Taycan, will be officially unveiled in just a few weeks.