Changes mindsets.

Not desirability.

Unmistakably Audi A3, but still with its own design language – from its own grille to the combination of dynamic elegance and a plug-in hybrid drive system. The Audi A3 Sportback e-tron joins the A3 family on Australian streets, in 2015.

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An e-tron at first glance

The Audi A3 Sportback e-tron is recognisable at first glance as an e-tron: for example, by the single-frame grille in chrome/black matt that is unique to the e-tron. The charging port connection is hidden behind the four rings of the Audi logo. Other distinctive features of the exterior include the e-tron-specific bumpers, with aluminium-look pins on the cover of the air intakes and cast aluminium wheels in the e-tron design.

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A powerful finish

A clean finish: The rear of the A3 Sportback e-tron also makes it clear that it defines a distinct form of mobility. The e-tron’s rear bumper, featuring a diffuser without visible tailpipes and aluminium style pins, underlines its claim to quality. This is furthered by the S line side skirts and the e-tron logo on the fenders and the rear.