e-tron is the name of the Audi fully electric, model lineup. Audi e-tron models deliver progress you can feel: engaging performance, sophisticated design, and intuitive technology—all while offering innovation, comfort, and efficiency.
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The power of kilowatts
A kilowatt (kW) is a unit of electrical power (1,000 watts = 1 kW). On an EV, a kW is used to measure the rate at which the battery charges. Generally, the higher the number, the faster the charging capability.
Battery capacity = kWh
Battery capacity is measured in kWh (kilowatt hours). Think of this as the EV-equivalent of fuel tank capacity on a gas-powered vehicle vehicle. A kWh is essentially the amount of stored energy available.
How kW & kWh work
Imagine electricity as water. To fill up a pool, for example, a kilowatt would be the size of the hose that the water runs through. A kilowatt hour would be the size of the pool. In EV terms, think power (kW) and energy capacity (kWh).
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