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Audi RS e-tron GT

RS e-tron GT

CO2-Emissionen{ft_nemo-fn_eec-global-disclaimer}: 0–0 g/km

Stromverbrauch kombiniert{ft_nemo-fn_eec-global-disclaimer}: 3.0–3.0 miles/kWh

Maximum electrical power up to

440

kW

Total electrical torque: 830 Nm

Acceleration (0-100 km/h) up to

3.3

s

Range (WLTP) up to

495

km

Electric. Among other wonderful things

Exterior design

The 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.

Sports seat with contrast stitching in red

Interior design

The RS design package, red adds striking accents to the vehicle interior through contrasting stitching in express red.

The RS design package, grey also underscores the pronounced elegance and the progressive design of the vehicle interior through a combination of high-quality interior materials and contrasting stitching in steel grey.

Cockpit Audi RS e-tron GT

Everything in view: The pared-back cockpit with fully digital 12.3-inch colour display and the centre console are ergonomically oriented to the driver.

Personal, not normal

Eye-catching effect: the ambient lighting package plus⁹ automatically adjusts the colour mood to suit the motif.

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Note: The image is from the Audi A6 Avant. Background in the MMI: © Thomas Hoepker - Magnum Photos

Born in the snow. Perfected by Audi exclusive

The RS e-tron GT ice race edition embodies ice-cool design and glowing passion. The fully electric sports car is inspired by the GP Ice Race held in Zell am See and impresses in every season. The special edition, limited to 99 units across Europe, is brought to the road by Audi exclusive.

RS e-tron GT ice race edition

Ice-cool look, electrifying performance: The exterior in floret silver, metallic paint finish impresses with its unique white and violet wrapping. The look inspired by snow and ice is completed by the Audi rings painted in white and the black-painted exterior surrounds, which are standard for this edition.

Charged from 5% to 80% in approx.

22.5

min

(at maximum DC charging power of up to 270 kW and under ideal conditions)

Charging system

800

volt

Maximum charging power up to 270 kW

Battery capacity (net) up to

83.7

kWh

Combined power consumption in kWh/100 km: 22.1–19.8; Combined CO₂ emissions in g/km: 0. Only consumption and emission values according to WLTP and not according to NEDC are available for the vehicle.

Charging at home and on the road

The 800-volt lithium-ion battery integrated flat into the underbody offers extremely high performance – both when charging and when driving. In conjunction with the recuperation system, a range of up to 472 km was calculated according to the WLTP measuring procedure (Power consumption combined: 22.1–19.8 l/100 km (WLTP); CO₂ emissions combined: 0 g/km (WLTP). Only consumption and emission values according to WLTP and not according to NEDC are available for the vehicle).

Charging situation Audi RS e-tron GT

Fast charging: The performance of the Audi RS e-tron GT is also evident during charging: at 800-volt charging stations with up to 270 kW – as standard. It takes about 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 %.

Driving dynamics

The power that the Audi RS e-tron GT offers with the fully electric quattro all-wheel drive is impressive. A motor on the front axle and one at the rear deliver up to 440 kW of power (Power consumption combined: 22.1–19.8 l/100 km (WLTP); CO₂ emissions combined: 0 g/km (WLTP). Only consumption and emission values according to WLTP and not according to NEDC are available for the vehicle).

Audi RS e-tron GT

Manufacture character

In the production of the electrically driven Gran Turismo in the Böllinger Höfe near Neckarsulm, attention to detail meets precision and quality.

RS e-tron GT: Combined power consumption in kWh/100 km: 22.1–19.8; Combined CO₂ emissions in g/km: 0. Information on fuel/power consumption and CO₂ emissions with ranges depending on the selected equipment of the vehicle. Only consumption and emission values according to WLTP and not according to NEDC are available for the vehicle.
Due to physical constraints, the maximum output for the acceleration figures given can be repeated multiple but not an unlimited number of times in a row.
The charging time of the battery can vary depending on a number of factors including ambient temperature, the use of other country-specific connectors and use of the preconditioning function (e.g. remote-controlled air conditioning of the vehicle). When using domestic connectors, the e-tron charging system limits charging capacity.
For AC charging, Audi recommends charging the high-voltage battery at industrial power sockets, at charging stations or at a wall box. This is more efficient and considerably quicker than charging at a domestic power socket. The vehicle should not be regularly charged at domestic power sockets using the mobile e-tron charging system (compact and connect) if there is access to an industrial power socket with alternating current (AC) or a public AC or DC charging station. Charging capacity depends on the type of mains connector used, the country’s voltage and the number of available phases of the power network as well as the customer’s own domestic installation. It may therefore be lower in some cases.
The equipment mentioned is an option available for an extra charge.
The Audi RS e-tron GT ice race concept is a modified Audi RS e-tron GT without road registration that is not for sale.