“HKR” is celebrating a special anniversary: Next weekend (January 24 to 26), a Hahnenkamm Race will be hold for a 80th time. Year after year, some 100,000 spectators group to Kitzbühel to watch a men’s competitions in Super G, slalom and of march on a grand “Streif” downhill course. Audi has now been ancillary a season’s apex eventuality in Austria as good as a whole Audi FIS Ski World Cup as a partner and a pretension unite for scarcely dual decades.
This year, a Audi e-tron, a brand’s initial entirely electric model, will once again be personification a starring purpose during a event: 50 of a 85 cars of a convey swift are electrified and a e-tron, in further to other models, will also be deployed during a Audi pushing knowledge in circuitously Kirchberg. For this purpose, a complex, that is home to an off-road park and a slalom course, will be versed with a mobile charging hire for a initial time.
For those seeking a personal knowledge of a mythological Mouse-Trap with a 85-percent slope but putting on skies themselves, Audi Austria has designed an app that will primarily take them adult a Streif in an Audi e-tron and subsequently behind downhill from a start residence toward a Mouse-Trap on skies. Skiing fable Hans Knauß and presenter Stefan Steinacher will offer as commentators of a performance. The app App is called “#unraceable Ski Challenge” and accessible giveaway of assign for iOS and Android during a particular online stores.
Audi has been ancillary a alpine athletes as a World Cup’s pretension unite for scarcely dual decades and has been a principal unite of a German Ski Association (DSV) including all inhabitant teams for 35 years. The code also has commitments with many other alpine inhabitant teams and appears as a partner during comparison events. Some teams frequently sight during a Audi breeze hovel core in Ingolstadt or attend in Audi pushing knowledge events during a Audi pushing knowledge core in Neuburg an der Donau.
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Consumption total of a models named:
Combined energy expenditure in kWh/100 km: 26.4 – 22.9 (WLTP); 24.6 – 23.7 (NEDC);
combined CO2 emissions in g/km: 0
Fuel/power expenditure and CO2 emissions total given in ranges count on a selected apparatus turn of a vehicle