Design

Audi design boss reckons the eTron GT is the best car he’s ever designed, and we’d second that. With its short overhangs and wide track, the eTron GT is low, sleek and handsome. The Audi singleframe grille no longer needs to feed air to a combustion engine, so it’s partly filled in a honeycomb-effect panel, with just two controllable inlets to supply the front brakes and the thermal management with cooling air. The lean and sculpted profile features quattro-style blisters over the wheel arches and the rear is dominated by a large air diffuser. Even though there’s a low roofline, there’s still plenty of room inside for four adults, with recesses in the floor to give rear seat passengers extra legroom. The boot has a 405-litre capacity and there’s a smaller 81-litre trunk in front.

Performance & Technology

The Audi eTron GT is powered by two electric motors, giving all-wheel drive and a combined power output of 476hp, with 530hp available for brief bursts on overboost. The distinctive character of electric power is stunning acceleration thanks to maximum torque from zero rpm. With 630Nm of torque this gives the eTron GT quattro a 0-62mph time of just 4.1 seconds. Range from the 93kWh battery is up to 303 miles, depending on conditions and the way you choose to drive it. Audi’s e-tron Charging Service offers access to around 200,000 charging points in Europe using just a single card.

Release Date

The Audi E-Tron GT is available to order now, with customer deliveries starting from May 2021. To stay up to date with the latest information or to book a test drive in the Audi e-Tron GT enquire online today.

Price

The Audi e-Tron GT will cost from just over £80,000, with Vorsprung models cost from just over £105,000. To find out more about pricing enquire online today.