Building on the S Line, the exterior sports a blacked-out Singleframe grille, badging, window surrounds, and side mirror casings. Black 21-inch Audi Sport wheels are also included, which are offset by a set of orange brake calipers.
The Black Edition also comes with a choice of three exclusive paint options: Chronos Gray, Glacier White, and Mythos Black. Rounding of the exterior changes are the dark tinted rear windows and LED lights on the underside of the doors, which project the words “E-Tron Black Edition” onto the ground when the door is open.
In a similar fashion to the exterior, the interior also expands on the S Line trim and has black sport seats contrasted by orange stitching and seatbelts. The seat centers and door inlays feature a new Dinamica material that is made of 45 percent recycled polyester, while Valcona leather is also available. Finally, the instrument panel is upholstered in leatherette with decorative carbon inlays.
Presales of the E-Tron S Line Black Edition have already begun in Germany and other European markets, with pricing starting at €79,350 ($97,159) for the E-Tron 50 Quattro and €91,750 ($112,335) for the E-Tron 55 Quattro, while the respective Sportback versions cost €2,250 ($2,754) more. Moreover, all buyers of the Black Edition will receive a premium of €7,500 ($9,182) after taxes.