If you've heard news and researched the Audi e-tron models, you know that they're nothing short of spectacular. If you haven't, we highly recommend you Google them.
The latest development surrounding the electric cars comes in the form of something coined "Audi e-sound". This feature is developed by Rudolf Halbmeir an acoustics engineer with an electric piano on his desk.
In talking about creating synthetic solutions for automobiles, Halbmeir likens an automobile's sound to music, which is arguably more emotional rather than it is intellectual. This isn't something you likely notice on a daily basis. But, Jim Ellis Audi Marietta invites you to listen the next time you're driving your new Audi A4, A5, A6, or A7 through the streets of Marietta. We think you'll agree.
"So, what does e-sound sound like in the Audi
e-tron?" you ask. Thanks to a blend of low- and mid-range frequencies, it
sounds like a powerful sports car, which speaks to adrenaline fiends with a
throaty, low growl... At least that's when the gas pedal is pushed in the R8
e-tron. At an idle, it emits more of a gentle purr. And that's music to our ears.
What will be next for the Audi e-tron? Jim Ellis Audi Marietta located at 1715 Cobb Parkway S can't say for sure. But, whatever it is, we're sure it will be good and promise to let you know as soon as news break.
On the off chance you haven't heard about the e-tron, we'll leave you with a few juicy details to whet your appetite.- Horsepower: 313
- Torque: 3,319 lb.-ft
- Acceleration Time: 0-62 in 4.8 seconds
- Driving Range: 154 miles
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