I will look at the Audi and Porsche when they come out. Right now, i'm not convinced of the audi. Two charge ports doesn't matter since a cable can reach across the car, and you can drive right over them too.
The e-tron quattro has lower drag coefficient than the I-Pace though at 0.28 as opposed to I-Pace's 0.29. So ???Look at the build/design of the etron, that thing is not aerodynamic at all and thats likely why it is so chewing up the battery. Will be interesting to see Bjorn in the EQC from Mercedes as this one too looks similar to the etron. Hopefully Mercedes will let him release the details immediately like Jaguar does and not make us all wait for day x.
I liked many features of the Audi based upon the review. Wasn't too keen on the shifter to select drive, reverse and park. As a utility vehicle, the storage looked good. So between the Model X, the i-Pace, and the e-Tron, there are styling and usability features that are going to appeal to the many needs. I think it will be tough for new buyers to say they couldn't find an EV that fit their preferences.I agree. Audi missed a huge opportunity on the design. They could have absolutely ruled the passenger / cargo specs if they would have used those dimensions for the interior.
If you are that worried... have an electrician inspect the circuit to verify connections are clean and tight. And have electrician check what else is powered by that circuit.Good article....and reading through it I am now wondering if I should simply proceed with just my EVSE as well especially during the winter months when we dont drive so much...but my EVSE is at 220V
The only worry I / my wife constantly have is frying the outlets though so just leaving it plugged in unattended is a no go.