Audi E-Tron Gets Charged By Captain Marvel In ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Spot

Audi is teaming up with Marvel Studios yet again, this time sponsoring the world premiere of Avengers: Endgame, the follow-up to last year’s Avengers: Infinity War.

In this video, dubbed ‘The Debriefing’, Brie Larson’s Captain Marvel sits down with a government agent as part of her re-introduction to society after multiple decades away from Earth.

In that meeting, she learns about gluten, modern tech and the Avengers. After multiple humorous lines of dialogue, the agent takes Captain Marvel to meet the all-new, all-electric Audi e-tron SUV, which she charges up instantly using her super powers.

Contrary to what you might have thought, the production version of the e-tron won’t be featured in the movie. Instead, we’ll see the e-tron Sportback Concept, as well as the e-tron GT Concept, the latter being driven by Iron Man, aka Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.).

“Since Tony Stark introduced the world to the iconic Audi R8 in 2008, Marvel fans have really embraced the brand. We’re eager to introduce them now to the all-electric Audi e-tron SUV and expect an equally strong fan reaction to Tony Stark’s new supercar the all-electric Audi e-tron GT concept,” stated Audi of America marketing exec, Loren Angelo.

Meanwhile, Marvel senior VP of global partnerships, Mindy Hamilton, said that each collaboration between her company and Audi has brought something new to the table, adding that “this time, it’s bringing the most powerful Super Hero in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Captain Marvel, into the storytelling and we couldn’t be more excited to see fans watch this story unfold.”

Avengers: Endgame debuts in U.S. theaters on April 26, with multiple Audi vehicles scheduled to make an appearance at the Hollywood premiere.

[Note: For the record, we do not think that Captain Marvel is MCU’s “most powerful superhero”. That would be Thor. Or the Hulk. Or maybe Deadpool Jean Grey. Or…]


  • MarketAndChurch

    Way better than a Q8. But I’m not sure if Tesla has anything to worry about, yet.

    • Mr. EP9

      Certainly not with the range it has or the price.


    Change the thumbnail. I rather see the car itself

  • Matt

    I’m pretty sure Captain Marvel is the most powerful superhero in the MCU, that’s not really up for debate.

    • Mike Sinyaboot ©

      Thor and Hulk are both more powerful until we see otherwise. Disney does seem to enjoy putting terribly developed mary sues front and center so you are probably right. It would have been so much better if they waited to introduce Captain Mary Sue until after Endgame. Instead, they forced her into the time-line with a terrible movie that only re-enforced her mary sue-ness. Black Widow deserved to have her solo movie made first.

      Also, Scarlet Witch would have been a much better character to fill the role they forced Captain Wood Plank into. Seeing as Scarlet Witch also received her powers from an infinity stone, she should be just as powerful, if not more powerful than Captain No Smile. Scarlet Witch is also significantly more likable/relatable. Unlike Captain No Booty, SW has actually had to deal with hardship on her heroes journey. She lost her parents, her brother, and then the Vision twice. She had to deal with the fallout after her powers caused people to die as collateral damage. She also has had to learn how to control and use her powers effectively. The only hardship Captain Mary Sue had to deal with was a couple dudes telling her not to be so emotional when it was tampon time.

      Unfortunately, I do think you are right. Marvel decided to pathetically force an overpowered character into its current time-line without taking the time to give the character an actual story that people can relate to and enjoy. At least Captain Marvel fits the E-Tron well. Its a car that appears to be a winner but once you realize how terrible its range is, it completely falls apart and nobody likes it.

  • Thomas Bondan Tyas

    brie larson…. muachh….

  • Callanish

    Remind me how a human-kree alien hybrid with unimaginable abilities who’s travelled light years in space is supposed to be impressed by a vehicle that can only travel 200 real world miles before it requires another 2 1/2 hours of standing around time to get another 200 miles. Doesn’t suck to be your own supercharger I suppose.

    • Harry_Wild

      Captain Marvel charges the e-tron instantaneous! No 2 1/2 hour needed!

  • KRogers86

    Brie Larson is insufferable.

  • javier

    doesn’t that movie have the worst ratings in history, at a certain point product placements must backfire if the medium is that horrible

    • botornot387

      LOL, how can it have horrible ratings when its not even out yet? Like them or not, they are the highest grossing franchise.

  • Stephen G

    WOW! Super heros like to drive station wagons! I’m gonna go buy me one today!

  • Mr. EP9


  • Harry_Wild

    So that how you do instantaneous charging of an EV, huh?

  • illogicalPotato

    How cheesy…

  • Ary Wisesa

    Wow. I like it, especially the room in which the Etron sits. It looks, well.., modern and futuristic. 😂😂😂

  • lagann

    Bad idea Audi.

    Brie Larson is pretty hated and you DO NOT want your Audi suv to be associated with her.

    So many good actors/actresses in the mcu and they pick her lol.

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