It joins the Coupe with a 4.0 litre 510ps V8 engine and 8sp automatic ZF gearbox giving 0-60mph in 3.7sec and maximum 190mph and its fabric roof operates in 7 secs.
Audi is moving to make its growing EV and PHEV ranges ever more accessible through new models like the e-tron 50, which is now available for UK ordering priced from £59,900 OTR.
The new variant, which joins the line-up alongside the continuing e-tron 55 quattro, combines its strong performance, WLTP-ratified range of up to 190 miles and 30-minute charging capability (to 80 per cent capacity) with new Technik, Sport and S line specification.
The Volkswagen Polo, second best seller after Golf, has been revised with a new Match edition replacing the SE trim with added equipment.
Match trim includes Seyene alloys, front fogs, rear tints, parking sensors both ends and starts from £16,465.
Peugeot buyers will get six months free public charging for their ev model under a deal with Polar Plus.
It has 7,000 UK public charging points and the offer coincides with the arrival of the new e-208.
The Skoda electric SUV will be called Enyaq when it arrives in showrooms to begin the brand’s new series of evs.
It is derived from the Irish name Enya, meaning source of life, but linked to Skoda’s ‘Q’ cars, Kodiaq, Karoq and Kamiq.