The long-awaited Audi e-tron GT will finally be revealed in a few weeks, and Audi will show the electric sedan via live stream. The 2021 Audi e-tron GT will be revealed on February 9, 2021 via live stream here. A 637-hp high-performance RS e-tron GT is also set to be unveiled by the end of the year. The e-tron GT is set to enter production and should start around $100,000. For 2021, the e-tron starts at a lower price and Audi adds a new version, but its biggest improvement is an additional 18 miles of EV range for a total estimate of 222 miles and that enough to keep the e-tron competitive in such a rapidly expanding segment.
The 2021 Audi e-tron GT was developed alongside the Porshe taycan and it have an electric motor on each axle, providing all-wheel-drive and a total output of 582 horsepower. It is said that the Audi e-tron GT will reach 60 mph in around 3.5 seconds, while the more powerful RS model will be substantially quicker. The standard model has an estimated driving range of 249 miles on the European test cycle. The Audi e-tron has five seats with no seven seat option and has a large 605-litre boot. Key equipment includes air suspension, LED headlights, 360 degree cameras, and charging points on both sides of the vehicle, side cameras are also an option instead of mirrors.
The 2021 e-tron is offered in three different trim levels: Premium, Premium Plus and Prestige. Power is drawn from the 95-kWh battery pack and sent to a pair of motors. There is one upfront and one at the back, making the e-tron all-wheel-drive. Range is calculated to be 222 miles and the e-tron has a charging capability up to 150 kilowatts.
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