The 2021 model range for the Audi e-tron has expanded a great deal compared to when it first came out. There are two body styles that both come in three trim levels plus an available option package for the SUV version. The new base
($65,900 SUV, $69,100 Sportback) model comes with 20-inch wheels, comfort pre-conditioning, a heated steering wheel, four-zone climate control, lane-departure warning, heated front seats, a power liftgate, Audi Virtual Cockpit Plus, heated, auto-dimming, power-folding exterior mirrors with memory, and a Homelink universal garage door opener. The standard infotainment system on every 2021 e-tron is a dual-screen setup with Android Auto,
, Amazon Alexa, and dual USB ports. For the Sportback, the S line exterior package is also included. For the SUV, you can get
Premium w/ Convenience Plus Package
($69,400) which adds the Driver Assistance Package and a black optic exterior kit. Upgrade to
($74,800 SUV, $78,000 Sportback) and you’ll be treated to dual charge ports, the Driver Assistance Package, ambient interior lighting, heated and ventilated 12-way power front seats with power lumbar, heated rear seats, matrix-design LED headlights with animation, 3D Bang & Olufsen premium audio, and wireless device charging. Finally, the e-tron
($79,100 SUV, $82,300 Sportback) turns up the luxury with a head-up display, massaging front seats, full leather interior upholstery, multi-color LED interior ambient lighting, dual-pane acoustic side glass windows, an air quality system, power door closers, and rear sunshades.