Audi has tried to make us proud of the Audi e-throne GT concept of its electric sedan. After the evening's video with blurred pictures, we offer detailed pictures today. But it has a small hook, the car has a camouflage. Nevertheless, they are more than happy with the design.
Inspired by Sportback
Official pictures on the Audi e-tron GT camouflaged electric car confirm the video's tips yesterday. Especially when it comes to back design. This was clearly inspired by the concept of the electric SUC Audi e-Tron Sportback that was introduced last year.
The front of the sedan, including a line that extends from "masks" to lamps, as well as the shape of a "mask", has also taken over the elements. Fortunately, the rest, especially the bumper and the lights, are different.
From the A7 / Taycan page?
Look at the page, the Audi e-throne GT A7 reminds us. Electric sedan has shorter overhang and develops the Porsche Taycan model. As we have already informed, Audi has worked with the Porsche Group on its news.
Both electrical sedans will share the common platform J1. Audi also announces Porsche with 800-volt battery technology. Thanks to it, it can be charged on ultrasonic charging stations with a power of 350 kW. 80% will be charged in 12 minutes.
As part of the technical specifications, we do not recognize it, but the Audi e-throne GT can be its parameters approaching model Taycan. Porsche, our first electric car that will be commissioned next year, announced that it will offer 440 kW, 500 km and acceleration from 0 to 100 km / h in 3.5 seconds.
Mark as the third new electric car
The Audi e-tron GT Series model is due to the production in 2020, as the third electric car brand, when we do not consider the electric version of R8. Audi e-throne SUV, which is already in production and is referred to as the CUV Audi e-throne Sportback, is waiting for it.
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