Audi unveils assembly process for new all-electric Audi e-Tron GTFebruary 4, 2021
The company has published another video teaser for the upcoming Audi e-Tron GT.
Audi has already tried to release a sports all-electric car – in 2015, an electric car called the Audi R8 e-Tron saw the light. With a cost of one million dollars and a power reserve of 450 kilometers on the NEDC cycle, the car has sold 100 units. Now the manufacturer is preparing a model that will be many times superior to its predecessor.
Judging by the published footage, the new electric car will receive exactly the same appearance as the concept shown at the end of 2018. Of course, for convenience, the production car will receive conventional door handles and normal-sized rear-view mirrors.
It is worth noting that the exact specifications of the new Audi e-Tron GT are not known. However, it should be noted that the new product will be one step lower than the Porsche Taycan, so you shouldn’t expect the same figures from it. As a kind of compensation, the e-Tron GT will have a significantly lower price tag – about $ 79,900 for the base version, while the Taycan is offered at a price of $ 185,000. The premiere of the new Audi e-Tron GT is scheduled for February 9 this year.
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