Audi’s first ever all-electric SUV, the e-tron, will finally be making its world debut this coming Tuesday, on September 18. Camouflaged versions of the five-seat SUV leave few things to the imagination – the e-tron wears the hallmark Singleframe radiator grille, LED headlights with intricate LED DRLs and conjoined LED tail lights.

As far as we can tell, it’s shaping up to be quite a looker. There’s no exhaust of course, but we have yet to know details of its electric powertrain. For now, Audi has left us with the claim that the e-tron can be charged in just under 30 minutes before it’s ready for the next leg of long-distance journey.

Inside, there’s no shortage of digital displays. There’s a configurable digital instrument cluster for the driver, while the main dash accommodates another screen for the infotainment system. Just below it is a slightly smaller display unit for the car’s climate control, convenience functions and text input.

There’s even the optional seven-inch OLED screens next to the front door handles which replace the conventional wing mirrors. With this, drivers will get to choose from three views in the MMI system for different situations – highway driving, turning and parking.

Other systems include an ambient lighting package, illuminated e-tron badge and Bang & Olufsen sound system which comes with 16 loudspeakers and an amplifier delivering up to 705 watts of power.

So, what do you think of the new Audi e-tron? Sound off in the comments section, below.

GALLERY: Audi e-tron prototype