In the Audi RS e-tron GT², everything is focused on the functional center of the interior: the driver’s position.
The sculptural design unites the dynamic proportions of a gran turismo with the unmistakeable characteristics of an Audi RS model.
The optional carbon roof is made of a carbon-fibre-reinforced polymer. The high-tech material is very stable while also being extremely lightweight.
Manufacturing the electrically powered gran turismo in the Böllinger Höfe, close to Neckarsulm, is where attention to detail meets precision and quality.
This ambition – to reinterpret a car – is also reflected in the purist design, which is inspired by aerodynamic performance. Progressive luxury provides the impetus to further intensify a driving experience brimming with emotion. Characteristic: RS emblems with the red rhombus.
Striking accents mark its key features. For instance, the vehicle’s low centre of gravity becomes visible thanks to accentuated sills and the long wheelbase.
The RS design package, red adds striking accents to the vehicle interior through contrasting stitching in express red. The RS design package, grey underscores the design of the vehicle interior through a combination of high-quality interior materials and subtle contrasting stitching in steel grey.
The pared-back cockpit with fully digital 12.3-inch colour display and the centre console are ergonomically oriented to the driver.
Sport seats in the front provide good lateral support even while cornering at speed.
The distinctive outer rear seats with an additional, central seat option emphasise the sporty character.
The materials used in the interior are a demonstration of progress. Here, there is a choice between high-quality leather upholstery or a leather-free interior.
The 800-volt lithium-ion battery integrated into the flat underbody, offers extremely high performance – both when charging and when driving. In combination with the recuperation system, it provides a range of up to 472 km according to the WLTP measurement procedure.
The performance of the Audi RS e-tron GT² is also evident during charging: at up to 270 kW at 800-volt charging stations – as standard. It takes approx. 5 minutes to charge enough power for the next 100 km. Around 22.5 minutes will take the battery charge from 5 % back up to approx. 80 %.
The Audi RS e-tron GT² can be charged at a maximum alternating current (AC) charging capacity of 11 kW as standard. Faster charging at 22 kW at home requires the optional e-tron charging system connect in combination with the optional on-board charger up to 22 kW (AC).
The power delivery that the Audi RS e-tron GT² offers with its fully electric quattro all-wheel drive is impressive. With an electric drive on both the front and rear axles, it can deliver up to 440 kW of power (Electrical consumption combined in kWh/100 km¹: 22.5-20.6 (WLTP); CO₂ emissions combined in g/km¹: 0).
Depending on the driving situation, the aerodynamics can be actively adjusted, by way of two settings for the rear wing as well as the cooling air inlets at the front.
Optional aerodynamically optimised wheels round off the efficient and high-performance vehicle concept.
An optional high-performance brake system with either tungsten-carbide-coated or carbon-fibre-reinforced ceramic brake discs provides compelling braking.
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