Audi Readying a Pair of Electric Crossovers

Audi Readying a Pair of Electric Crossovers
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You might have forgotten the Audi A2 concept, but the company hasn’t and it could be a reality in the next five to six years.

A report from Germany’s Auto Bild says that Audi will introduce at least two electric crossovers by 2020, one of which will target the BMW i3. In 2011 at the Frankfurt Motor Show, the German automaker unveiled the A2 concept and it is believed that one of its electric crossovers will be based on the A2. It will reportedly sport an A2Q nameplate and will be built on the same MQB platform as the A3 sedan. Target driving range for the A2Q will be up to 310 miles and will comfortably seat five.

SEE ALSO: Audi A2 Concept Photos Drop Ahead of Frankfurt Debut

The other electric crossover will be a variant of the upcoming Q6 and will likely target the Tesla Model X. Details on the Q6 EV are light, but it is being speculated that it will have a driving range of up to 435 miles courtesy of an ultra high capacity battery pack.

GALLERY: Audi A2 Concept

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[Source: Autobild]

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