If you love the Porsche Taycan but find just too unattainable, perhaps Audi’s take on the same drivetrain will intrigue you.
The GT will be available in standard and RS versions able to make use of 350kW/630Nm and 440kW/830Nm of electric power respectively, with a range of up to 488km.
It also features flexible charging, with an 800-volt architecture. This allows it to charge at a rate of up to 270kW on a DC outlet, able to charge from five to 80 per cent as quickly as 22 minutes, 30 seconds.
It will also offer similar options to the Taycan range, with a long list of performance-enhancing additions like carbon-ceramic brakes.
Pricing and specs are yet to be announced, with the e-tron GT’s launch date shuffled back from a late 2021 launch to an early 2022 window.