What Separates Audi e-tron GT
The Audi e-tron range has had its range stretch out in terms of both its number and specs spread across it. Long story short it has been known for having multiple variants going from a standard crossover to more sports-centric looking sedan-crosssovers.
The Audi e-tron GT is definitely meant to be the top-of-the-line for the range both compared to all regular SUVs like 50 and 55 quattro and as a true sports coupe in its own right. It dominates in terms of lifted acceleration and range just as a sports coupe should.
This variant is however a lesser of the 2 sports coupe variants with the acceleration and range still not as high.
Powerful enough to come pretty close to many other ndustry-leading EVs in terms of its power and range, this is a solid option to consider. Pretty much on the similar to mid-tier cars in the range on power, acceleration, speed and the premiumness of the interior – this variant is a budget option both in terms of cost but more importantly performance marks and the level of looks and comfort.
Talking specific metrics, the comparison between the Audi e-tron Q4 differences with other variants in the range come down to acceleration, the electric range, charging time and additional minor ones looking pretty major nevertheless. Very quick as a sports variant option is supposed to be at 3.5 secs to 6o miles and with a very much improved electric range of 257 miles. This range is probably the biggest pro to consider it over Quattro 50 or 55 based on the fact it will allow for extensive traveling in and out of city.
Adressing a just as important topic of recharging, this variant will be ready to go after a charge. The upcoming e-Tron GT is said to be able to charge up to 80% in less than 12 minutes. The brand is expected to be the first 800-volt battery system that will enable up to 350kw charging in a production passenger car.