Audi showed the prototype E-Tron GTOctober 8, 2020
Audi’s new electric car Audi E-Tron GT is featured in over 100 images and new videos.
Audi first unveiled the E-Tron GT back in March 2018. Later that year, at the Los Angeles Auto Show, the model was shown as a concept before being tested in camouflage. However, until today the electric car has not been shown in its final form, but this is where it goes. The company has now released an entire bundle of images showing an almost production-ready prototype.
They still do not want to declassify the electric car completely, only this time the typical camouflage stickers have given way to another camouflage. As you can see from the many spy shots, the road model won’t be much different from the previous concept, with the most obvious changes being the use of traditional door handles. The side mirrors also appear larger than the demo car.
The E-Tron GT will have charging ports on both front fenders to match its sister model, the Porsche Taycan. Audi only provided close-ups of the prototype and the car is a bit blurry in the video, but we can still see that the front bumper has been redesigned and has reduced air intakes. The front end looks a little less aggressive than the 2018 concept, but that’s to be expected from a production car.
The rear bumper hasn’t changed much, but the most noticeable change was the arrival of the parking sensors. In general, the shape of the bumper is similar to that of the concept model. However, this is still technically a prototype, although after the start of mass production it should look almost the same.
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