Audi e-tron GT world premiere

The four-door coupé, which will be introduced on the market as an RS model at the same time (combined electric power consumption in kWh/100 km (62.1 mi): 20.2–19.3 (NEDC), combined CO2 emissions in g/km (g/mi)*: 0), reinterprets the classic idea of the gran turismo: Its design is highly emotive, its technology is revolutionary.

Two powerful electric motors provide confident electric all-wheel drive and stunning road performance.

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The high-voltage battery with a net energy content of 85 kWh enables ranges of up to 487 kilometers (302.6 mi)

Audi has reportedly unveiled the e-tron GT electric grand tourer, with a price of £80,000 to £133,105 in the UK

Can accelerate from a standing start to 62mph in time of 3.3 seconds up to a top speed restricted to 155mph.

Powering the new GT is a 85kW lithium ion battery configuration comprising 396 pouch cells arranged in 33 modules.

Propulsion for the all-wheel drive GT is from two electric motors – one on the front axle and a second more powerful one on the rear axle. In normal mode that will give the RS a total combined 598 horse-power (440kW) and the GT Quattro 476 horse-power (350kW)

With an energized driving demonstration and a world premiere featuring high-caliber participants, Audi has presented its new electric spearhead – the Audi e-tron GT2. In two events on the digital Day of Progress, the Four Rings showcased the highlights of this fully electric gran turismo: dynamic driving performance, emotional design, and sustainability.

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