A new generation Gran Turismo: performance, practicality and sustainability

 

The highly anticipated Audi e-tron GT has arrived on Kiwi shores, promising to demonstrate how exciting mobility can be. The high performance GT car combines Audi Sport performance with Battery Electric Vehicle technology for the first time – and promises a new realm of performance.

Audi e-tron GT quattro

Pure sportiness and progressive luxury

Audi has unveiled the production version of its e-tron GT – an Audi, the likes of which, the world has never seen. The four-door high-performance coupe is a demonstration of how fascinating and exciting electric mobility is – the start of a new era, the Gran Turismo of the future.

 


e-tron GT quattro          $194,500

 

Focused on the aesthetics of dynamic handling

Focused on the aesthetics of dynamic handling

In the interior, the Audi e-tron GT quattro offers plenty of everyday usability paired with the highest quality.

Fast charging

Fast charging

Up to 270 kW at 800-volt charging stations – as standard. It takes approx. 5 minutes to charge enough power for the next 100 km. Around 22.5 minutes will take the battery charge from 5 % back up to approx. 80 %.

For an expanded sense of space

For an expanded sense of space

The panoramic glass sunroof with its continuous gloss black conveys a generous sense of space in the interior.

Expressive accents

Expressive accents

Aerodynamically optimised shapes become functional details. From the intelligent air inlets at the front to the vented wheel arches and the striking rear diffuser.

Audi RS e-tron GT

Pure energy and progressive performance

This ambition – to reinterpret a car – is also reflected in the purist design, which is inspired by aerodynamic performance. Progressive luxury provides the impetus to further intensify a driving experience brimming with emotion. Characteristic: RS emblems with the red rhombus.

RS e-tron GT               $273,500

RS in a new dimension

RS in a new dimension

The power delivery that the Audi RS e-tron GT offers with its fully electric quattro all-wheel drive is impressive. With an electric drive on both the front and rear axles, it can deliver up to 440 kW of power

Functional and attractive – the wheels

Functional and attractive – the wheels

Optional aerodynamically optimised wheels round off the efficient and high-performance vehicle concept.

Fast charging

Fast charging

Up to 270 kW at 800-volt charging stations – as standard. It takes approx. 5 minutes to charge enough power for the next 100 km. Around 22.5 minutes will take the battery charge from 5 % back up to approx. 80 %.

Focused on aesthetic driving dynamics

Focused on aesthetic driving dynamics

In the Audi RS e-tron GT, everything is focused on the functional center of the interior: the driver’s position.

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*International model shown for illustrative purposes only, and New Zealand specifications may vary.
*Electrical consumption combined in kWh/100 km¹: 21.6–19.9 (WLTP); CO₂ emissions combined in g/km¹: 0. Electrical consumption and CO₂ emission figures given in ranges depend on the equipment selected for the vehicle.
*The charging time of the battery can vary depending on a number of factors including ambient temperature, the use of other country-specific connectors and use of the preconditioning function (e.g. remote-controlled air conditioning of the vehicle). When using domestic connectors, the e-tron charging system limits charging capacity.
*For AC charging, Audi recommends charging the high-voltage battery at industrial power sockets, at charging stations or at a wallbox. This is more efficient and considerably quicker than charging at a domestic power socket. Do not regularly charge your vehicle at domestic power sockets using the mobile e-tron charging system (compact and connect) if you have access to an industrial power socket with alternating current (AC) or a public AC or DC charging station. Charging capacity depends on the type of mains connector used, the country’s voltage and the number of available phases of the power network as well as the customer’s own domestic installation. It may therefore be lower in some cases.