Here is the entry-level Audi e-tron GT!
The only one under €100,000
Unveiled just a week ago, the Audi e-tron GT already has its configurator open for our greatest pleasure. This is the perfect opportunity to build the model of your dreams without really considering your budget. We took the opportunity to see what the entry-level version of the electric four-door coupe looks like.
Some things are good and some aren't. The front end is quite similar to the high-end versions, with the Singleframe grille featuring a honeycomb pattern framed by a matte grey surround. The headlights are LED but lose the matrix technology. The lightning light signature disappears as it is reserved for versions using laser lights.
The entry-level e-tron GT model - Photo credits Audi
The high-end RS e-tron GT model - Photo credits Audi
The profile fortunately keeps the door handles and mirrors painted in body color. On the other hand, there are some very cheap-looking 19-inch wheels. There is no privacy glass too. The rear part of the vehicle remains unchanged and features an LED strip light with scrolling indicators.
The cabin features more basic leather bucket seats with a panoramic roof. The steering wheel is not electrically adjustable and the rear view camera is available as an option. On the technical side, the car has two electric motors with a combined output of 476 PS and a torque of 630 Nm.
The electric motor positioned on the rear axle is fitted with a two-speed gearbox. The range reaches 293 mi (472 km) on the WLTP cycle with a 93 kWh battery. The entry-level Audi e-tron GT Quattro is available for €99,800 (£86,540/$121,170) in Germany.