Monday November 23, 2020

First look: Audi’s electric range-topper shapes up for the grand tour

A quick drive in a prototype suggests Audi’s new RS e-tron GT should be a superlative sports car with electric power

22nd November, 2020
Audi RS e-tron GT prototype under a camouflage of lurid graphics

No, you can’t have the lurid graphics package pictured here as an option on next year’s new Audi e-tron GT – I already checked. The orange wheel accents and badging of the prototype won’t be on the order form either, which is either a blessing or a great shame depending on your taste and/or sense of humour.

When the production car hits the road, it will inevitably be...

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