Audi e-Tron GT launch on September 22, Bookings Open

All across the world, the e-Tron GT is available in 2 versions a regular S version and an RS version which secures the performances. But, it is not revealed which Audi model comes to India.

The standard e-Tron GT Quattro specifications pose a 238hp electric motor and transfer power to the front axle and to the rear axle transfers the power of 435hp. Both the motors produce a sum of 475hp along with 630Nm torque. Its top speed is 245Kph which accelerates 0-100 kph which takes only 4.1 sec. As towards Audi RS e-Tron GT, a total system gives an output of 598hp along with 830 Nm torque because of the rear electric motor. When the boost mode is on then the power gets increased to 646hp and RS e-Tron GT can go from 0 to 100kph in 3.3 sec through the speed of 250kph top speed. Both the version of the e-Tron GT directs the power from the battery of 85kwh. Audi avails the range of 488Km towards the standard e-Tron GT and 472km for the RS e-Tron GT.

As of its design, the e-Tron GST poses an excellent look where a four-door coupe with a deep sloping roofline, wide track, broad shoulder line, and the low bonnet. The other coolest part of the car is that it draws attention to its signature of the Audi which has the dancing LED headlights and the tail-lights along with the animations.

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Discussing its interior then it owns a 10.1-inch touchscreen infotainment system with a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster which gets connected to car technology shift by wire gear selector and the distinct driver support and the safety systems. E-Tron GT uses the older physical buttons for controlling the climate excluding some latest Audi’s with the dual-screen setup.

Audi e-Tron GT: Expected Price and Rivals

As it is the higher side of the luxury EV spectrum Audi is expected to price the e-Tron GT on the higher side that is started from Rs 1.6 cr for the normal model and reaches towards Rs 2 cr for the RS version (ex-showroom).

It indicates that it shall stand around the trending luxury EVs in India such as Mercedes-Benz EQC and the Jaguar I-Pace. The e-Tron GT will therefore see competition from the Porsche Taycan which seems to launch in India in 2022.