Audi e-tron GT
Audi e-tron GT
The next electric Audi is being launched, following in the footsteps of the Audi e-tron SUV and the Audi e-tron Sportback. This new sports car features flat-floor architecture that provides for exciting proportions and a low center of gravity, while 590 hp and instantaneous torque deliver the performance you expect from an Audi.
Concept model shown
Ahead of the Pack
One feature that not all the competition can match is the ability of fully utilizing the vehicle's electric acceleration potential several times in succession. While elsewhere the drive is switched to overdrive and power reduced for thermal considerations, the Audi e-tron GT can provide the driver with the full potential of both motors and the battery over and over again thanks to its sophisticated cooling technology.
The instantaneous torque is transferred to the wheels via the quattro permanent all-wheel drive with torque vectoring, as you would expect for such a dynamic Audi. The electronic control system coordinates the drive between the axles as well as between left and right wheels, which means optimum traction and just the desired amount of slip.
By the Numbers
The interior the Audi e-tron GT provides a large dose of everyday usability, coupled with a superb quality feel. The functional center of the interior is located at the front left, visibly focused on the driver’s seat.
Both the screen of the central instrument and the touchscreen above the center console come with a black-panel look finish. They underscore the large, calm design of the interior with its predominantly horizontal basic architecture.
Reserve your e-tron GT
The Audi e-tron GT will be arriving summer 2021. Due to large demand for the vehicle and limited supply at launch there will be a waitlist. Reserve yours today and don't miss out.
All we require is a fully-refundable $1,000 deposit.
Please fill in the form below and our team will provide you more information and help you secure your e-tron GT reservation.
*The range of the concept car will be over 400 kilometers (248.5 mi), determined according to the new WLTP standard.