The 2024 Audi RS e-Tron GT is a dream car for your family that makes your trip even more comfortable, It took some time, but Audi has finally presented two different versions of its all-electric sports car. The more conventional Audi e-tron GT and the faster RS e-tron GT both appear to have just left the concept car factory.
Audi RS e-Tron GT Exterior
This car is designed with a very elegant design to make its appearance even more attractive. The Audi Q4 Sportback, or any other electric SUV, definitely reaches the perfect spot. Although the range-topping Prestige trim costs $66,690, it is well-equipped, opulent, and appealing in practically every aspect. This $595 option, Navarra Blue, goes quite well with the S-powerful line’s exterior. There is no denying that the Q4 Sportback is a stylish SUV.
Audi RS e-Tron GT Interior
Audi Drive Select has three pre-programmed drive modes, an automatic setting, and an individual mode that orchestrates drive controls and suspension adjustment. It is comfortable yet dynamic. While not a genuine one-pedal drive system, it comes close in its most severe mode.
There is also an automated option that determines the appropriate amount of regenerative braking to be used based on camera and navigation data. The push-button shifter is the only driving control I actually dislike. Even on the Prestige, a safety and convenience option like a 360-degree camera is absent.
Audi RS e-Tron GT Specs
Audi installed two electric motors in the e-tron GT, one for each axle. A total of 469 horsepower is produced by the two, with the front one producing 235 horsepower and the rear one producing 429 horsepower (or 522 horsepower with over-boost for about 2.5 seconds and launch control on). Torque comes in at 464 pound-feet (472 pound-feet under over-boost), enough to propel the e-tron GT from zero to sixty in 3.9 seconds en route to a top (track) speed of 152 mph.
The RS e-tron GT keeps the front electric motor, but the rear one has 450 horsepower more. The total power output of the RS e-tron GT increases to 590 horsepower (637 horsepower with over-boost). 612 pound-feet of torque is rated and always accessible. As a result, the top (track) speed is 155 mph, and the 0-60 time is just 3.1 seconds (exactly like the ICE-powered Audi R8 V10).
Audi RS e-Tron GT Price
The lowest Premium Plus trim of the E-Tron GT will cost $99,900, while the Prestige variants start at $107,100. At $139,900, the E-Tron RS is affordable. That is comparable to both the Model S ($80,000 to $140,000 as of Jan. All E-Tron pricing is exclusive of destination and the $7,500 federal tax credit for electric vehicles.