Audi RS e-tron GT 2023 Review

Audi RS e-tron GT – Electric sports cars don’t come much better than the Audi RS e-tron GT. Beautiful in design, elegant interior, fast and fluent.

Audi RS e-tron GT front quarter 2 We are talking twin electric motors that pump out some 440kW of power and a staggering 830Nm of torque. All this from a 93kwh battery and a maximum range of up to 488kilometres.

Performance is a staggering 0-100km/h time of 3.3 seconds combined with impressive ride and handling dynamics.

Just like a normal engine, the faster you drive it the shorter the range. Charging the battery can be done on a home 11kW AC charging station or at fast chargers. Trying to do it on a normal 240V 10Amp plug takes forever.

Long, sleek and wide the RS e-tron GT sits on 21-inch alloy wheels that house tungsten carbide brake discs, clamped with distinctive red calipers. Its thrilling drive dynamics are heightened with the e-quattro sport differential with torque vectoring and all-wheel steering.

Audi RS e-tron GT front drivers instruments

As you may expect being an Audi, the interior ambience is luxurious, comfortable and packed with safety features. The seats cocoon the occupants and driver ergonomics are spot on.

The RS e-tron GT is priced from $249,700* plus the usual costs.

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A full review of the RS e-tron GT can be FOUND HERE

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Audi RS e-tron GT charging

What is good?

  • Elegant design
  • Comfortable and sumptuous interior
  • Refined motoring

What is not so good?

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Audi RS e-tron GT rear quarter

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