Audi is reverse-engineering/benchmarking a Tesla Model X but doesn’t know how to charge it
Audi plans to release an all-electric luxury SUV, the e-tron quattro, in 2018. The vehicle is expected to become the first all-electric competitor to Tesla’s Model X. Earlier this year, we reported on one of the first Model X in Europe spotted near to Audi’s headquarters in Ingolstadt (pictures above), where the german automaker is believed to be reverse-engineering or benchmarking Tesla’s SUV – something it also did with the Model S.
Now a Model X reportedly driven by an Audi engineer has been spotted again over the weekend, but this time in a more interesting context. Expand