Audi e-tron GT: A sensibly unreasonable sports car
Audi uses Porsche for the substructure and the battery architecture
Audi RS e-tron GT sprints to 100 km / h in 3.3 seconds
New electric sports car: Typically Audi – and yet completely different!
In the Audi e-tron GT, you decide how far you go
And what would a sports car be without a spoiler? It goes without saying that the electric Gran Turismo also has a fold-out model perched on the end of the vehicle. This can be set in stages, so that the driver – in addition to their own driving style – can influence the range. Incidentally, this also changes by setting different height levels via “adaptive air suspension”: As soon as the air suspension (standard on the RS model) lowers the body, it improves the airflow and driving stability, and the lift continues to decrease. So it’s up to you how far you get.But if the charging station does call, the two electric motors can be charged via two flaps behind the front wheels. There are connections for alternating current on both sides, and on the right there is also a connection for direct current. The e-tron GT achieves a peak charging power of up to 270 kW on a sufficiently strong DC column. This means that it can recharge its batteries for distances of up to 100 kilometers in just over five minutes.
In the Audi e-tron GT, the driver and front passenger sit sportily low, separated from the striking center console. As an alternative to the large amount of leather in the interior, Audi also offers a completely leather-free design package.
Key data and prices:
- Total output: 350 kW (476 hp)
- Total torque: 630 Nm
- 0-100 km / h: 4.1 seconds
- Top speed: 245 km / h
- Range (WLTP): 488 km
- Price: 99,800 euros
- Total output: 440 kW (598 hp)
- Total torque: 830 Nm
- 0-100 km / h: 3.3 seconds
- Top speed: 250 km / h
- Range (WLTP): 472 km
- Price: 138,200 euros