Audi e-tron GT 2022 electric on shelves in Europe, from 2.7 billion VND

In the home market, price for Audi e-tron GT 2022 The standard version is priced from 99,800 Euros (about 2.7 billion VND), while the high-end RS e-tron GT version costs up to 138,200 Euro (about 3.8 billion VND). Audi says it has received large numbers of orders for the electric GT across Europe. The German automaker is also confident that the e-tron GT will continue the company’s success in the electric vehicle segment.Last year, Audi was the largest electric car maker among the three German luxury brands. Samples Audi e-tron and e-tron Sportback recorded an annual growth rate of 79.5% by 2020, with 47,324 units delivered. Currently, more than 80% of Audi cars have been electrified and the automaker is planning to increase the number of battery electric vehicles (BEVs) from three to seven this year. Audi aims to have more than 20 electric car models and an expanded lineup of plug-in hybrids by 2025.At the time of launch, New Audi e-tron GT 2022 has been considered a major breakthrough in design and technology of the German carmaker. In terms of performance, both e-tron GT models feature dual electric motors, each delivering power to each shaft.On the standard quattro version, the front axle engine produces 238 hp while the rear one produces 435 hp. Total power is achieved at 476 green codes and maximum torque of 630 Nm. Using Launch Control mode, the capacity can be up to 530 hp and 640 Nm in a time of 2.5 seconds. e-tron GT impresses with its ability to accelerate from 0-100km / h in just 4.1 seconds. Top speed reaches 245km / h.Meanwhile, the RS e-tron GT version features a slightly more powerful rear engine at 456 hp. Combined capacity on both axles is 598 horsepower and maximum torque of 830 Nm. Mode Overboost allows capacity to be reached at 646 horsepower. RS etron GT takes just 3.3 seconds to accelerate from 00-100km / h. Top speed limited to 250km / h.Similar to Porsche Taycan, the rear engine transmits power to the wheels via a two-speed transmission. Audi’s first low-speed gearbox allows the driver to instantly shift gears for maximum driving pleasure. The driver can also set a wider gear ratio for greater comfort during daily commute. An 85 kWh lithium-ion battery pack is available in both e-tron GT models. As a result, the GT has a range of up to 487 km on a single charge.Like the Porsche Taycan, thanks to the new 800V electric system, the e-tron GT allows charging up to 270 kW with a DC fast charger. This allows it to replenish the battery from 5-80% in just 22.5 minutes, one of the fastest charging speeds available today by EV models on the market. This allows it to be charged up to 100km in just 5 minutes.The E-tron GT has two charging ports on either side of the bodywork. Both charging ports allow for AC charging, while the passenger side supports DC fast charging. For home charging, the E-tron GT has a standard 11kW AC charger, which allows it to recharge the battery overnight. An optional 22kW charger for home use will also be provided.The E-tron GT will be produced at the Audi Böllinger Höfe plant in Neckarsulm, Germany. Deliveries have begun in 27 European markets.Video: Detail Audi e-tron GT, different personality from Porsche Taycan.


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