Pure electric SUV gets 408hp of power and sports virtual side-view mirrors.
Audi has become the first luxury brand in Thailand to introduce an all-electric vehicle.
The e-tron SUV is being imported on an official basis via Meister Technik, the authorised distributor of Audi in the country. It costs 5.099 million baht.
Technical highlights include two electric motors driving all four wheels and producing a combined 408hp of power.
Driving range is claimed at some 400km under the WLTP mode, while the 0-100kph time is rated at 5.7sec.
A novelty in the e-tron for the brand are the virtual side-view mirrors. There are cameras instead that relay images on the interior door panels.
Hot on the heels of the e-tron is the i-Pace SUV from Jaguar which has been confirmed for a Thai launch at the Bangkok International Motor Show later this month.
Mercedes-Benz also plans to sell the EQC SUV in Thailand this year, although the launch date hasn’t been confirmed yet. The all-electric EQC is roughly the size of the e-tron and i-Pace.