That battery, in both versions, is 93kWh, with a net 85kWh capacity. The estimated WLTP range for the standard car sits at 302 miles while the RS is thought to be good for 293 miles. It’s no secret that the e-tron GT shares more than a little bit of its underpinning with the Porsche Taycan, including its 800V power system. This allows for the quoted performance to be reliable and repeatable, as well as for charging times to be quicker. Drivers in a pinch for juice and time can add 62 miles of range with DC 270kW fast charging in just over five minutes. As standard for the 11kW AC charging, the car will fill up ‘overnight’.
On the inside, the e-tron GT has what appears to be one of the nicest and best-judged cabins seen in an Audi for some time. For all of Audi’s touting it as ‘the future of grand touring’, the GT features a refreshing regression, with buttons for climate controls that, in an A6, A7 or A8, are controlled via a secondary touchscreen.