The electric Audi e-tron GT will be serial in two yearsNovember 29, 2018
Four-door coupe Audi e-tron GT developed in collaboration with Porsche
Audi has unveiled the e-tron GT show car at the Los Angeles Auto Show. The electric four-door coupe was developed with the participation of Porsche experts and built on a new, second in line platform e-platform. Serial version of the machine will present in the next two years.
With the proportions of the classic Gran Turismo, the Audi electric car has a length of 4960 millimeters, a width of 1960 millimeters and a height of 1380 millimeters. The wheelbase is 2900 millimeters. The body structure of the e-tron GT is a multicomposite structure of aluminum, high-strength steels and carbon fiber. In the exterior of the electric car, you can find references to the recent concepts of Aicon and PB18 e-tron.
Audi e-tron GT is equipped with two synchronous electric motors. Their total power – 590 horsepower. Dynamic moment is distributed between the axles, as well as left and right wheels.
From a spot to one hundred kilometers per hour, the show car accelerates in 3.5 seconds. Maximum speed is limited at around 240 kilometers per hour.
Thanks to a 90-kilowatt-hour battery, the e-tron GT’s power reserve per charge is 400 kilometers in a WLTP cycle. As in the e-tron crossover, up to 30 percent of the mileage is provided by a complex recovery system.
With the help of a high-speed terminal, it is possible to charge batteries of an electric vehicle up to 80 percent in 20 minutes. There is support for conventional charging stations and wireless Audi Wireless Charging with an output of 11 kilowatts. With it, car batteries will be charged all night.
The serial electric car, made based on the show car, will be presented in 2020, and the first deliveries to customers are scheduled for 2021. The development of a commercial version of the electric grand touring division will Audi Sport.
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