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News Audi e-tron GT to boast around 700bhp
This is the Audi e-tron GT, the first fully electric car from Audi Sport
Added: 17 November 2020
Audi is a brand with an exciting and lustrous reputation in the industry, they are known for creating luxurious and sporty cars, and they are adored by car enthusiasts all over the world. If you are someone who falls into this camp, you will be very excited to hear about the latest release from the brand.
It probably does not come as a surprise to learn that we’re going to be telling you all about another electric car. After all, car manufacturers are frantically adding to their electric model line-ups, as governments all around the world are showing their commitments to moving to electric cars so that they can protect the planet.
So, what sort of car is Audi bringing to the party? This is the Audi e-tron GT, which is going to be the full complete electric car from Audi Sport. It will come out next year, around mid-year, running alongside the standard saloon.
It was going to be launched this year, but it won’t surprise you to learn that the coronavirus pandemic managed to get in the way of these plans. Therefore, Audi decided to push the launch back so that the car could get the grand unveiling it deserved.
So, what do we know about the car? Well, the Audi e-tron GT is going to boast around 700bhp. It has also clearly got some unique style factors as well, which make it look great while also offering performance enhancements. This includes the aggressive diffuser at the rear, which has been created to generate more downforce while going at higher speeds. The car also boasts flared wheelarches and an optimised body kit. Some of the trim and the roof are going to be created using carbon fibre, which helps to drive the weight down and boost performance.
We are still in the dark about a lot of features relating to this vehicle, especially performance elements, and so we will make sure that you are kept up-to-date with all of the latest news as soon as we have it.
The RS model is expected to be fitted with a big 95kWh battery, while the rear acle is going to have two electric motors. Fully variable and active torque vectoring are going to control the split of power at the rear wheels so that handling and agility are both optimised.
If you would like to know more about this vehicle, please do not hesitate to pick up the phone. We have a team of experienced car enthusiasts who are always happy to help. We have a lot of expertise to share with you, and we are always delighted to answer queries and to assist our customers in any way that we can, so make sure you pick up that phone and we will be there to help you out.
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