When it comes to charging, Tesla decided to go its own way. They built a comprehensive charging network of 1,604 Supercharging Stations across Europe, North America and Asia. Tesla drivers turn up, plug in, and get to 80% charged in just 40 minutes. With a 150 kWh DC fast charger, the e-tron recharges to 80% in just 30 minutes. But it's more likely your route will take you past a 50 kWh charger, in that case top-up time is around 90 minutes.
Both vehicles have dual electric motors, one-speed transmissions, and four-wheel drive. The Audi e-tron has a boot capacity of 660 litres coming in significantly less than the Model X with 2180 litres of boot storage. The Model X also has a 7-passenger option, and falcon-wing-doors - a convenient design if you're parking in tight urban spaces. Inside, the Model X and e-tron both come with heated and cooled seats, but, so far, only Audi's offers a massage function as an extra option.