Electric Audi E-Tron GT presented as a station wagonMarch 6, 2021
Independent artist Rain Prisk has unveiled his vision of what an electric Audi E-Tron GT could be in a Shooting Brake version. So far, nothing has been heard about whether the automaker’s management plans to present such a version of the electric car.
At the heart of the Audi E-Tron GT electric sedan, which was introduced relatively recently, is the same J1 Performance platform as that of another German electric car – the Porsche Taycan. This means that the new product from Audi shares many of its technologies with the Porsche electric car. This includes an 800V electrical architecture and dual electric motor, two-speed transmission. However, in our opinion, the electric car from Audi looks better than the Porsche sedan.
The front of the new Audi E-Tron GT features sleek headlights, an artificial grille and large air intakes, while the rear boasts LED taillights, a light strip and a “sharp” diffuser.
In an effort to give Audi a unique look, designer Rain Prisk turned it into a Shooting Brake
In creating this variant of the E-Tron GT, the designer removed the two rear doors and lengthened the front doors. The roofline has been lengthened and now tapers to a protruding spoiler above the rear window, while a set of unique rims and luggage rack round out the striking exterior.
Will there ever be a two-door version of the E-Tron GT Shooting Brake on the market? The short answer is no. However, Porsche unveiled its Taycan Cross Turismo electric station wagon a few days ago, and we’re guessing that, if Audi so desires, it could also create a versatile version of the E-Tron GT.
Not so long ago, our publication wrote that the Audi Q4 E-Tron Sportback showed a giant multimedia screen in new spy photos. The novelty may go on sale as early as 2021. Spy photos of the new German crossover began to appear last year, and the interior also caught a glimpse of the frame. The latest spy shots reveal more details.
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