The Audi’s GT that looks toward the future
Design – A Gran Turismo car skillfully combines practicality and sportiness. The front end features a closed grille to enhance the vehicle’s aerodynamics. At the rear, there’s a movable wing that promotes increased downforce at the back, providing more stability during cornering.
Powertrain – The e-tron GT is powered by an electric motor that produces 350 kW of power, translating to a maximum torque of 630 Nm. Its range, according to the WLTP cycle, is approximately 487 km, making it suitable for both city and long-distance driving.
It features an 800 Volt lithium-ion battery architecture, allowing for fast charging from 5% to 80% in under 25 minutes. Additionally, it can charge at up to 270 kW using fast charging. The net capacity of the battery is 84 kWh.
Chassis – The vehicle is equipped with active aerodynamics, which actively adjust the rear wing, rear diffuser, and front air intakes depending on driving conditions. Optionally, you can also have aerodynamically optimized wheels to further enhance the vehicle’s performance and efficiency.
Interiors – Inside, there are two screens, one for the driver and one for infotainment. Below them, there is a panel for climate control.
Trims – There are two trims available: “Premium Plus and Prestige.