The car has a total of three engines. For the front axle this is a 150 kW electric motor, at the rear there are two electric motors with a total power of 450 kW. They are, however, set to give a maximum of 500 kW, but it is possible to temporarily set the power to a total of 570 kW. The torque can reach a maximum of 830 Nm. All this means that the PB18 e-tron can accelerate from 0 to 100 km / h in just over two seconds. The driver can limit the maximum speed to save the battery and then "unlock" the circuit.
Of course, Audi tried to get the best possible efficiency, so most brakes are taken care of by electric motors. However, the demand for rapid deceleration will also result in the carbon disc brakes of an incredibly large diameter of 19 inches. You must fit in 22-inch disks. At the front the car uses 275/35 R22 tires, on the rear 315/30 R22.
As for the battery, it is a solid-state type, ie a solid electrolyte. It is able to receive 95 kWh of energy and operate at 800 V. It is interesting that although solid-state batteries are known for slow charging, Audi talks about the possibility of full battery charge in just 15 minutes. According to the new real WLTP cycle, the car should have a range of 500 kilometers. It is also supported by wireless inductive charging from Audi Wireless Charging (AWC).
The car is 4.53 meters long, 2 meters wide and only 1.15 meters high. The wheelbase is 2.7 meters and the luggage compartment, which has a huge capacity of 470 liters, is a big attraction. There is also a transparent OLED display that can, for example, show the ideal path for passing the curve or the navigation system. For the best driving performance there is Electronic Stability Control (ESC), with which the torque can be better distributed on separate wheels. This is, of course, only a concept, so mass production can not be calculated. However, it is likely that some parts of these technologies will find their way to new Audi cars in the course of time.
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