Audi has announced the official debut date of the Audi E-tron GTJanuary 21, 2021
The electric top model Audi E-tron GT will be officially unveiled to the public on February 9 and will be available at dealers very soon.
Audi unveiled the E-tron GT concept at the 2018 Los Angeles Auto Show. This model served as a very accurate prototype for the first “low” E-tron, a completely different type of electric vehicle from Audi than the already well-known E-tron (SUV) and E-tron Sportback. More than two years after the launch of the concept, the E-tron GT is preparing to enter the market. The public debut of the new electric car will take place on February 9, and soon it will appear at European dealers.
According to the German automaker, the Audi E-tron GT will be available at your local Audi dealer this spring. Those wishing to buy the E-tron GT can already express their interest through a website created specifically for this purpose. Orders will be accepted from February, although the starting or estimated price is still unknown.
The E-tron GT, whose design cues Audi says will underpin all future electric vehicles for the brand, is a 4.96-meter all-electric model in the style of the A7 Sportback.
Initially, the E-tron GT will be available as a “charged” version of the RS E-tron GT, which, thanks to four electric motors, has 598 hp, and thanks to the excess force can temporarily peak at 646 hp. and 830 Nm. The RS E-tron GT weighs around 2.3 tonnes and should accelerate to 100 km / h in around 3.5 seconds. The RS version should be able to squeeze about 400 kilometers from its 84 kWh battery pack. Less extreme variants of the E-tron GT will be available later.
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