Goodbye Sequoia, hello e-tron! The range seems to be just shy of 250mi per charge, significantly higher than Audi’s advertised 200. All the Audi insiders we’ve talked to have admitted that Audi deliberately underreports the range so they can’t possibly have another Dieselgate scandal (and E-Golf owners similarly report better than advertised range).

Interestingly, Audi only lets the car charge to 80%, which apparently prevents battery degradation.  So no need to drain it down before recharging like a cellphone.  

Now to see if Connecticut is smart enough to realize that it’s an electric car and thus doesn’t require an annual emissions test.