2020 Audi E-Tron Gran Turismo

Nov 30, 2018

Category: Rides

With a large portion of the modern automotive market being dedicated to all-electric vehicles, it’s no surprise that more and more companies are stepping up to the plate with performance offerings. Amidst an already impressive year for model unveils, Audi has once again set themselves apart from the crowd with the E-Tron GT, the latest innovation from the prized German auto manufacturer.

Audi’s all-electric vehicle concept pairs two electric motors and an electrohydraulically integrated brake control system to provide true rechargeability while driving. The concept will regain charge through the implementation of normal driving and braking maneuvers, offering a 250-mile range thanks to its dual-electric synchronous motors. At 590 horsepower, the E-Tron is no slouch in the performance department, reaching 62 miles per hour in just under 3.5 seconds. Along with the impressive performance sheet, the vehicle will sport a futuristic, sleek body style that blends a flat, level interior with uncompromising design elements. The center console and instrumentation seem to float among the various interior design components, giving way to an attractive sport-inspired cockpit that’s environmentally conscious, to boot.

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