Audi has long been known for its passion for detail, luxurious design, and incredible craftsmanship in all of its models. This time – their newest introduction is all that and more; it’s fully electric. Audi has recently introduced to the world its newest and most anticipated, fully electric model yet, the e-tron GT. It is the most powerful production model Audi has ever launched.With its unique mix of sporty, luxurious, progressive, and sustainable, this car clearly represents Audi’s vision towards the future of premium mobility. This is the perfect luxury model to give you the most seamless and dynamic driving experience.
Car specs for enthusiasts
First and foremost, power! This electric beauty, in its RS variant puts out an astounding 646 hp and is able to sprint from 0 to 100km/h time of 3.3 seconds from standstill. This is possible thanks to two powerful electric motors, one on the front axle, the other on the rear axle. In other words, the e-tron GT easily outperforms its more established siblings while still being the most sustainable.
When it comes to engine sounds, every car lover likes powerful roaring engines and this model speaks loudly, but elegantly. Audi has composed a unique sound for the e-tron GT- one that is powerful, emanating from speakers integrated within the vehicle’s architecture. Matrix LED headlights with Audi laser light come as standard in the RS version while a number of options are available, including up to 21-inch wheels and all-wheel steering.
This innovative supercar takes only 22.5 mins to charge from 5 per cent to 80 per cent using any currently available high power charger (HPC). To put it simply, you can get over 100km of range with just five minutes of charging. Furthermore, the e-tron GT can accommodate all currently available charging infrastructure, with its battery design able to accept up to 270kW charging inputs, ready for the inevitable and ever-changing infrastructure developments within our cities. It truly is the car of the future, waiting for the future.
The Audi e-tron is the world’s best-selling premium electric car
Throughout the years, the brand has adopted a forward-thinking and electric attitude, with more than 80 per cent of the models in Audi’s range available with an electrified drive system including plug-in hybrid drives (PHEV) and mild hybrid systems (MHEV). That is why Audi was by far the largest manufacturer of electric vehicles among Germany’s three premium brands in 2020. With the arrival of the e-tron GT, Audi is progressing further into becoming the lead provider of sustainable premium mobility. Planning even further ahead, the company intends to have more than 20 all-electric models and an expanded PHEV line-up on the road by 2025.