When Audi revealed the e-tron GT Concept at the Geneva Motor Show in 2019, the world was stunned by this gorgeous, low GT car with concept looks and a bold design direction for Audi. But nobody thought the production car would look anywhere near as good, until now.
Audi has revealed the e-tron GT and it’s exactly the same as the stunning concept! Low roofline, bulging arches, low nose, tapering rear end, it’s a genuinely great looking car. Now if the silhouette looks familiar, that’s because the e-tron GT shares it’s platform and underpinnings with the Porsche Taycan – but crucially it comes in cheaper.
So as expected this is a full EV, with two motors and a chunky 93kWh battery. Those motors produce 429bhp normally, but can put out 523bhp under launch, along with 630Nm of torque.
The big battery in this e-tron means it has a range of 298 miles too, which is enough for a trip from London to Manchester and half way back again, certainly not going to be getting range anxiety in this EV. You can also DC charge at up to 270kW – that’ll give you 62 miles of range in just 5 minutes.
Being an Audi the interior is of course a masterpiece, with a big (but not Tesla-big) screen and some actual buttons – thankfully looks like they’re moving away from pure touch screens.
This is THE electric car of the year and we can’t wait to get our hands on one!