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The E-Tron GT, a design delight.

Welcome to the Audi E-Tron GT, basically a way more styled and swankier alternative to the Tesla Model S, with a lower range as the bummer.
The Audi E-Tron GT is practically Porsche Taycan’s twin sister, sharing the same 800-volt powertrain architecture.
Starting at an 100 grand, the E-Tron GT is however a tad more pricier than the Taycan or a Model S.
But that is probably justified, I mean just look at its ravishing design. Those Ingolstadt design brainiacs do deserve a medal for this one. Seemingly the most elegant EV ever!

The Audi E-Tron GT
Photo Courtesy : Jordan Butters, Audi UK Press.

Let’s get going with the specs. The E-Tron GT is powered by dual electric motors which produce an output power of 522 to 637-hp depending on the trim. The RS variant offering the highest (637-hp), is also a performance delight. And all that power is aided with a novel two-speed transmission – first gear for launches and second gear for optimal efficiency. A sophisticated cooling system would work in the background just so that the battery pack can deal with burn-outs in iteration. After all who wouldn’t want to unleash its entire potential sitting behind those wheels?

Apparently the E-Tron GT comes with a not so impressive 238 miles of range. But let’s focus more on the pros. The E-Tron GT has one of the best charging architecture. The vehicle could be recharged from 5 to 80 percent of its battery capacity within 23 minutes using the standard 270-kW DC fast charger.

The interior is pretty much plush with n-number of fancy elements. Audi would also be glad to provide you with a leather-free interior, if you are a well informed vegan, made from recycled materials. However that doesn’t equate to any lesser extent of the exemplary German ‘luxus’.
Oh and guess what. There’s going to be plenty of space for your luggage behind the back seats and under the frunk.

Nihar Hareesh View All

Founder, Content Creator at The Krankshaft.

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