Here’s an EV that may be a bit on the higher end of your budget. People will still buy, drive, and unfortunately crash them.
Battery and charging
All Audi e-tron GT models in the U.S. will benefit from a 93.4 kWh lithium-ion battery pack, with a unique integrated cooling structure underneath the battery pack. This draws heat away from the battery pack and allows the battery to be housed within an aluminum frame designed for structural rigidity and to protect occupants.
With an 800-volt electrical architecture, the e-tron GT comes standard with the ability to charge at an industry-benchmark 270 kW using DC fast chargers. This allows it to replenish its battery from 5-80% in just 22.5 minutes – among the quickest charging rates currently available of any EV. Based on an approximation of EPA test cycles for a full charge, the preliminary manufacturer’s estimated ranges are 238 miles for the e-tron GT and 232 miles for the RS e-tron GT. EPA estimates not yet available at this time.