Audi has revealed at an exclusive function the highly-anticipated Audi e-tron GT quattro and RS e-tron GT.
Scheduled to arrive in September 2022, the e-tron GT is a preview for the scintillating future of electric mobility from Audi. The four-door coupé combines emotive design, powerful drive, and dynamic handling with ease, signalling the start of a new era of performance and staking its claim as the gran turismo of the future.
Bold words for a bold design.
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The e-tron GT and RS e-tron GT look stunning, offer incredible dynamic performance, but most significantly, they do this while emitting zero driving emissions.
“The e-tron GT is what the performance car of the future looks like.”
At the heart of the Audi e-tron GT sits two electric motors, one at the front and one at the rear, combining to produce an output of 350kW (390kW boost) and 630Nm. The incredible RS e-tron GT goes further, with 440kW (475kW boost) and 830Nm, reaching 100km/h from rest in a staggering 3.3 seconds. The 93 kWh battery ensures a driving range of up to 488 kilometres (WLTP combined range) is possible, while recharging at the maximum 270kW Direct Current (DC) capacity replenishes 100km in just five minutes.
The e-tron GT quattro starts from $181,700*, The RS e-tron GT advances to the next level. Starting at $249,700* plus the usual costs.
Audi Australia is also offering all e-tron vehicles – including the e-tron GT models – with a comprehensive customer offer that includes a 6-year subscription to the Chargefox charging network.
This is another step in the electric car push from manufacturers.
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