What enthusiasts and keen Audi fans will love to know is the fact that this is the first all-electric Audi Its Technically mechanically prototype One On with RS Badge.
It would be very easy to view the upcoming Audi RS E-Tron GT as little more than a re-bodied version of the Porsche taycan and with pretty good reason. Take one look at their respective specifications, and you quickly discover there is precious little that separates the two electric-powered luxury sedans in terms of hardware.
That’s no coincidence. Under the auspices of parent company Volkswagen, they have been twinned in a move aimed at amortizing development and production costs, while providing a means to getting them to market in the quickest and most efficient way possible.
This combination produces 600hp as standard, but a two-second overboost function ups this to 650hp when you launch the car. As a result, it’ll blast from 0-60mph in just 2.7 seconds. The Audi RS e-tron GT’s 93kWh battery has slightly less capacity than the Taycan’s 95kWh unit, but still serves up around 250 miles of range.
The Audi RS e-tron GT will go on sale in Spring of 2021, and will set you back from around ₹2.20Cr To In Indian Roads!