Audi e-Tron GT is all set to make its global debut on February 9, 2021. The fully electric-powered car is underway at the company’s production facility located at Bollinger Hofe, Germany. The brand’s most powerful e-vehicle has flat-floor architecture offering a low centre of gravity and a dynamic body structure. The Neckarsulm site is expected to produce the first fully electric Audi that will be built in Germany.
This four-door coupe comes with a flat, wide, and long wheelbase, similar to the proportions of a classic Gran Turismo. We expect the car to have the same dimensions of the concept of 4960 mm long, 1960 mm wide, and 1380 mm high, as showcased.
Besides, this electric vehicle comes with a lightweight body manufactured using a multi-material construction. With a 434 kilowatts system power, the car gets separate permanently excited synchronous electric motors fitted to both the front and rear axles.
The company puts down the torque onto the road through its four driven wheels. To be more precise, the new Audi e-Tron GT concept is a genuine electric Quattro, as you cannot find any mechanical link between the front and rear axle. Here, the electronic control system coordinates the drive between the axles and between left and right wheels, leading to the coveted amount of slip and optimum traction.
The Audi e-Tron GT roof section is built using carbon and aluminium components, aiding elements made from high-strength steel. The gently sloping roofline concept extends well into the back, highlighting the sport-back structure. The technology utilized for this car was built in close collaboration with Porsche.