2020 Audi Q5 TFSI E first drive review

Driving a hybrid can feel like commuting in Harry Potter’s light blue Ford Anglia; some feel like they have a mind of their own. The powertrain enigmatically juggles between the gasoline-powered engine and the electric motor with the attention span of a four-year old in a zoo, so the end result is a commute that’s efficient but equal parts confusing and frustrating. Audi asked its engineers to leave out the wizardry when developing a new generation of plug-in hybrid technology, and they believe they have delivered.

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