Although the e-tron has been leading sales in Norway, Americans have been slower to adopt the electric SUV. Audi now plans to address that by introducing a new base trim it hopes will attract more price-minded customers.

The e-tron Premium will start at $65,900, which makes it nearly $9,000 cheaper than the previous lowest-level trim. Not a bad savings.

Detailed specs haven’t arrived yet, but Audi did reveal that it will have 20-inch wheels, a power tailgate, and privacy glass. It also features a heated steering wheel, heated front seats, and a digital instrument cluster, as well as Homelink and lane departure warning.

It, along with all 2021 e-trons, will come with a new 95 kWh battery—that’s about 3 more kWh, which amounts to an extra 18 miles of range, says Audi. All in, you should be good for 222 miles of range.

The e-tron Sportback will also get a Premium trim, starting at $69,100. That’s $8,300 less than the previously lowest trim.