RS e-tron GT quattro

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Total range
373 km


The 2024 Audi RS e-tron GT quattro is a stellar fusion of electric innovation and high-performance thrills. It's an all-wheel drive sedan that boasts breathtaking acceleration and a power output that can go up to 637 horsepower.

The Audi RS e-tron GT quattro, set to launch in 2024, redefines the concept of an eco-friendly vehicle by offering electrifying performance and a thrilling driving experience. Borrowing design elements from the Porsche Taycan platform, this electrifying Audi model delivers incredible acceleration akin to its esteemed relative.

This all-wheel-drive marvel comes with two powertrain options – the base one offering a substantial 522 horsepower, while the sporty RS variant pushes this even further up to 637 horsepower. This means not just an exhilarating ride, but also the ability to handle diverse driving conditions with ease.

In terms of range, the RS e-tron GT model can deliver up to 240 miles in our tests. While this may not compete with some rivals in this aspect, Audi compensates by incorporating a convenient 270-kW DC fast charging feature, ensuring that your journeys are as uninterrupted as possible.

Once you step inside this car, you’ll be welcomed by a stylish and tech-heavy cabin packed with high-quality materials. Yes, it might be a bit snug and require some maneuvering to get in or out, but once you’re inside, it’s all about comfort and luxury.

The Audi RS e-tron GT quattro is not just about sustainable transportation; it presents a compelling case for an electrified future without compromising on performance or style. Truly, it stands as an exciting option for those looking to make a switch from gasoline-powered vehicles to something more environmentally friendly yet equally fun to drive.

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About this vehicle

RS e-tron GT quattro
Model year
Passenger capacity
5 seats
Cargo volume
350 litres
Fuel type
Electric range
373 km
Total range
373 km
Battery size
93.00 kWh
3.00s to 60mph
All-Wheel Drive

Fuel and charging

Charging at home
Cost per battery charge
Time to charge
~ 9 hours, 18 minutes
Maximum charging speed
10.0 kW AC, 270.0 kW DC
Fuel impact
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