Audi has brought its hybrid fastback/sedan design to the all-electric e-tron with the e-tron Sportback. While the main difference from the standard SUV-shape e-tron is the sloping roofline, the lower CoD means that the Sportback has slightly more range. A combined 413 ft-lb of torque is available from the dual electric motors, with a six-second burst of 489 ft-lb on tap in Sport mode, good for an Audi-claimed 0-60 sprint of 5.7 seconds. THe same 95 kWh battery from the e-tron is used here, so expect slightly more than the e-tron's 204 miles of range. Unfortunately, when the e-tron Sportback arrives in the US next year, it won't have two great features — virtual mirrors that use cameras built into the body of the car, and adaptive headlights that use a million micromirrors to focus the beam from the LED lights, both due to current federal regulations. The e-tron Sportback should hit US dealers sometime in mid-2020.