The RS E-Tron GT Comes To The Land Of Many Cultures And Rituals

With the launch of the RS e-tron GT in India as a CBU, it is going to have a hefty price tag on it.

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As the Audi RS e-tron GT has been launched in the majority of the World's Car Markets, it is confirmed in India aswell. Prices are yet to be announced, but being a CBU (Completely Built Unit) it is surely going to be hit by the 100% EV import tax in India.

There will be no compromises in the units coming to India. They will get every option that the European cars get, and Audi has confirmed that there will be more more than 50 individual paint finishes. It will be harder to see these on the roads and the sales might not be as high as some other countries, not just because of its price but also because that India is not as developed in EV charging station as compared to some other EV markets.

It will have 440 kW of Power or 590 HP, Quattro AWD and Audi claims it can do 481 km on a full charge from a 800 volt lithium-ion battery. Prices might be near to ₹2.00 Crore without options, which is $271,000 or £198,000.

Do you think that this car will be the reason to have more charging stations in India?

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Comments (8)

  • I don't think many people will buy this car as the Audi brand name has gone down a lot in the last few years in Mumbai(Idk about other cities) and plus people might buy a Taycan if it launches due to brand value and reputation. Plus, charging stations will increase more due to the Tata EVs, MG EVs or other mass market brands.

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