The Audi E-Tron GT is the newest member of the brand’s electric car family, an all-new grand touring sedan designed to challenge the marketplace’s leading battery-powered performance models.
Audi makes the E-Tron GT in a single trim. Power is from a pair of electric motors that provide AWD performance and grip. There’s also a quicker RS E-Tron GT, which we’ve covered in a separate buyer’s guide entry.
Every E-Tron GT comes fitted with 20-inch wheels, auto-dimming/power-folding side mirrors, adaptive air suspension, LED laser headlights, and passive keyless entry with hands-free tailgate. Inside, there are heated 14-way front seats, power steering column, auto-dimming mirror, leather-free upholstery, three-zone A/C, and a panoramic roof.
Infotainment functions are handled through a 10.1-inch touchscreen, and you also get a Bang & Olufsen stereo, digital gauges, and a built-in toll transponder. Finally, the E-Tron GT’s safety suite comprises pre sense 360, lane departure warning, blind spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, exit warning, swerve assist, traffic sign recognition, automatic high beams, and adaptive cruise control.
A premium package bundles remote parking with heated rear seats, park assist, lighted door sills, and topview cameras. The performance pack brings all-wheel steering, and e-torque vectoring.
A fine Nappa leather pack adds a full leather interior, heated steering wheel, front-seat ventilation, and 18-way front seats.
Audi estimates the E-Tron GT’s energy consumption at 2.9/2.8 Le/100 km (city/highway).
Among the E-Tron GT’s primary competitors is the closely related Porsche Taycan. The GT also aims to draw buyers away from Tesla’s Model S, and later in the 2022 model year, the Mercedes-Benz EQS luxury sedan.
This vehicle has not yet been reviewed