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Audi Australia - e-tron GT concept side view

e-tron GT concept

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 Audi Australia - e-tron GT concept headlights

The Audi e-tron GT concept¹ traces an arc into the future. As a four-door coupé with a long wheelbase, it features the proportions of a classic gran turismo cast in a progressive Audi design. Ensuring the driving performance of a sports car is the drive of the future: fully electric – including the quintessential Audi quattro all-wheel drive.

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Audi Australia - e-tron GT concept front view

New, yet familiar – the evolutionary design

The front section is adorned by the hallmark Singleframe, this time with a distinctly more horizontal, multipiece architecture and discrete 3D grille design. The striking, illuminated e-tron logo, which can also be found on the rear, immediately makes it clear that the concept for this Audi model is all-electric. The slimline exterior mirrors emphasise the stretched and elegant appearance of this gran turismo concept car¹.

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Laser-sharp view ahead

The new visual signature of the matrix LED headlights with laser light technology and tapered elements reinforce the dynamic presence of the Audi e-tron GT concept¹, even when stationary. In typical Audi fashion, the driver is welcomed by characteristic light sequencing.

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Audi Australia - e-tron GT concept headlights
Audi Australia - e-tron GT concept rear lights

Modern radiance – from every angle

Adorning the entire width of the rear is a continuous light strip, featuring tapered elements at both ends that recall the design of the front headlights. The same goes for the illuminated e-tron logo, which on the Audi e-tron GT concept¹ is located below this strip.

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Stylish appearance, reduced consumption

Advanced aerodynamic design helps to reduce consumption and increases range. In this way and in the spirit of Vorsprung durch Technik, the wind tunnel had a decisive influence on the design of the Audi e-tron GT concept¹. This can be seen in the design of the bonnet, which reduces unwanted turbulence. Even the design of the alloy wheels with a five twin spokes design allows for optimum ventilation of the brake discs and reduces air resistance. Meanwhile at the rear, a large diffuser accelerates airflow under the vehicle, increasing downforce. Playing a decisive role in saving weight is the chassis, which follows a multimaterial lightweight design incorporating aluminium and steel as well as a carbon roof.

The drive – quattro of course

The Audi e-tron GT concept¹ is equipped with a powerful electric drive with quattro: two permanently regulated synchronous motors, one on each axle, deliver torque to all four wheels.

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The drive forces between the axles and between the left and right wheels are electronically controlled. This allows for optimum traction in even the most demanding of driving environments. The flat design of the battery, which occupies the entire underbody area between the front and rear axles, provides an extremely low centre of gravity. Especially in combination with the all-wheel drive, this means the driver can experience superb dynamics and agile handling coupled with high directional stability.
Audi Australia - e-tron GT concept side mirror

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