In the United States, the e-tron SUV will be sold in Premium Plus and Prestige guises, priced from $74,800 and $81,800 respectively and can be reserved with a $1000 deposit.
However, if you want any paint other than Brilliant Black, you’ll have to pay $595 for one of the other nine exterior shades and colors, which include Antigua Blue Metallic, Catalunya Red Metallic, and Siam Beige Metallic.
Elsewhere, the e-tron comes standard with 20-inch wheels but can be specced with 21-inch 15-spoke Bi-color wheels for an extra $1500. Inside, there will be just three configurations available; Black/Rock Gray, Opaki Brown/Black/Lunar Silver and Pearl Beige/Granite Gray. Fortunately, all of them look very nice.
Elsewhere, the e-tron can be equipped with a host of optional extras. These include the $900 Cold Weather package, a $650 Towing package, $400 Rear side airbags and illuminated seat belt buckles, and a Privacy Cargo Cover for $310.
Power for the e-tron is provided by a pair of asynchronous motors that propel the vehicle to 60 mph (96 km/h) in 5.5 seconds and on to a 124 mph (200 km/h) top speed. The SUV uses a 95 kWh battery pack and is expected to have a range of approximately 250 miles (402 km). Once it hits the market, it will compete against the likes of the Mercedes-Benz EQC, Tesla Model X and Jaguar I-Pace.