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Audi e-tron GT: the new super electric challenges Tesla and Porsche



Audi e-tron GT: the new super electric challenges Tesla and Porsche


The Audi design it has never had anything to envy to the competition. Although, in some respects, competitors sometimes perform better, from an aesthetic point of view the Audi are always beautiful. A great opportunity not to be missed is precisely that of the premium level electricity market: we present you Audi e-tron GT.

A concept without veils

Audi officially presented the e-tron GT, a fully electric high-end car. Special guest for the presentation Robert Downey Jr, for Iron Man fans of Marvel movies. After the camouflage this new model was no longer a surprise; the concept should arrive on our streets by 2020.

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The Audi e-tron GT is bluntly positioned in the luxury car segment. A super sports sedan that will give the current one a hard time Model S head and to the future Porsche Taycan. The Taycan will be the closest opponent of the e-tron GT: the two cars will share the same charging system at 800 Volt capable of significantly reducing charging times.

The first data

Even being a concept, it shouldn’t change much from the final model considering the launch of the Audi e-tron SUV. We will find aautonomy of about 400 km, a battery of over 90 kWh and a 80% full charge in just 20 minutes: faster than many smartphone fast charging systems.

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There are not many columns compatible with the charging system yet, but Audi will certainly use the same network that Porsche will set up. By taking advantage of the standard columns, it will still be possible to obtain excellent charging performance.

Generous external dimensions for the concept of Audi e-tron GT: 4.96 meters in length and 1.96 in width. The 22 ”pneumatic subscribers unload the power worthily by ben 434 kW to the ground through Audi all-wheel drive. We remember for those who chew the “hp” instead of the “kW” that this power is comparable to that of a Ferrari 458. The two electric motors, in fact, allow acceleration from 0 to 100 in about 3.5 seconds and a top speed of 240 km / h.