Audi: working on a boxer range extender to increase the range of the electric

 A patent has been discovered for a small boxer engine that would function as an auxiliary generator.

Autonomy anxiety . The real problem with electric cars isn't so much the questionable design of some cars or the absence of noise. The insurmountable obstacle is the organization and timing due to recharging. Waiting for the debut of new technologies and new solutions aimed at improving the efficiency of electric cars, Audi seems to be interested in using small boxer engines to increase the range of its high-end electric cars .      Audi, a range extender on electric e-trons? The American colleagues of Carbuzz.com would have discovered documents relating to a very interesting Audi patent. It would be a project relating to a small boxer twin - petrol powered - to be installed on their high-end electric vehicles, to increase autonomy for long journeys or in emergency situations. The use of a boxer engine instead of a Wankel engine (as anticipated by Mazda for the MX-30) would ensure greater efficiency, greater reliability, less noise on board and less space occupation.     However, it is not a completely innovative solution, having already been used in the past on Opel Ampera, BMW i3 and, more recently, an American company called Obrist Powertrain would have developed a range extender for the new Tesla Model S. there would be a version of the Mazda MX-30 equipped with a Wankel engine to increase its range.     As anticipated, it could be used by Audi on cars such as the e-tron GT and e-tron Sportback, with more space and edge and, probably, greater need to cover long motorway distances. This is certainly not the most ecological choice possible, but in emergency conditions it could represent the best solution to reach your destination.

Autonomy anxiety . The real problem with electric cars isn't so much the questionable design of some cars or the absence of noise. The insurmountable obstacle is the organization and timing due to recharging. Waiting for the debut of new technologies and new solutions aimed at improving the efficiency of electric cars, Audi seems to be interested in using small boxer engines to increase the range of its high-end electric cars . 

Audi, a range extender on electric e-trons?

The American colleagues of Carbuzz.com would have discovered documents relating to a very interesting Audi patent. It would be a project relating to a small boxer twin - petrol powered - to be installed on their high-end electric vehicles, to increase autonomy for long journeys or in emergency situations. The use of a boxer engine instead of a Wankel engine (as anticipated by Mazda for the MX-30) would ensure greater efficiency, greater reliability, less noise on board and less space occupation. 

Autonomy anxiety . The real problem with electric cars isn't so much the questionable design of some cars or the absence of noise. The insurmountable obstacle is the organization and timing due to recharging. Waiting for the debut of new technologies and new solutions aimed at improving the efficiency of electric cars, Audi seems to be interested in using small boxer engines to increase the range of its high-end electric cars .      Audi, a range extender on electric e-trons? The American colleagues of Carbuzz.com would have discovered documents relating to a very interesting Audi patent. It would be a project relating to a small boxer twin - petrol powered - to be installed on their high-end electric vehicles, to increase autonomy for long journeys or in emergency situations. The use of a boxer engine instead of a Wankel engine (as anticipated by Mazda for the MX-30) would ensure greater efficiency, greater reliability, less noise on board and less space occupation.     However, it is not a completely innovative solution, having already been used in the past on Opel Ampera, BMW i3 and, more recently, an American company called Obrist Powertrain would have developed a range extender for the new Tesla Model S. there would be a version of the Mazda MX-30 equipped with a Wankel engine to increase its range.     As anticipated, it could be used by Audi on cars such as the e-tron GT and e-tron Sportback, with more space and edge and, probably, greater need to cover long motorway distances. This is certainly not the most ecological choice possible, but in emergency conditions it could represent the best solution to reach your destination.

However, it is not a completely innovative solution, having already been used in the past on Opel Ampera, BMW i3 and, more recently, an American company called Obrist Powertrain would have developed a range extender for the new Tesla Model S. there would be a version of the Mazda MX-30 equipped with a Wankel engine to increase its range. 

As anticipated, it could be used by Audi on cars such as the e-tron GT and e-tron Sportback, with more space and edge and, probably, greater need to cover long motorway distances. This is certainly not the most ecological choice possible, but in emergency conditions it could represent the best solution to reach your destination.

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