Audi has yet to confirm the production Audi e-Tron GT’s power output,
though the concept car’s (pictured) two electric motors were said to develop a combined total of 582bhp.
This, Audi claimed, allowed the car to have a supercar-esque 0-62mph time of approximately 3.5 secondsCheck it out & Contact us and an electronically-
limited top speed of 149mph.
What is the Audi e-Tron GT’s range?
Assuming the e-Tron GT will have a comparable range to the concept car that previewed it,
the pure-electric Audi should have an advertised range of around 248 miles on a
The concept’s rapid charging credentials should also make it to the production car; the e-Tron GT concept can recharge to 80% of its “more than 90kWh” battery capacity in 20 minutes (via a 350kW ultra-fast charging point),
which equates to roughly 200 miles of range. It also has wireless charging compatibility, Audi claims.
What tech does the Audi e-Tron GT have?
Going on the specs of the concept car,
buyers of the e-Tron GT will likely be able to fully load it with Audi’s most advanced technology.
As well as the wireless and ultra-fast charging capabilities,
the e-Tron GT is also expected to be available with extremely bright Matrix Laser headlights and a carbon ceramic regenerative
When does the Audi e-Tron GT go on sale?
but it has confirmed the vehicle will enter production in late 2020
with first deliveries of customer cars scheduled to begin in early 2021.
How much will the Audi e-Tron GT cost at launch?
Prices for the Audi e-Tron GT won’t be revealed until closer to launch,
though it’s rumored the car could start at around £100,000.