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The Audi e-tron GT is basically a Porsche Taycan in a softer, more luxurious suit. Audi and Porsche are closely related companies, and the e-tron GT uses the Taycan’s brilliant chassis and impressive battery and motor technology. But it’s designed to be more of a long-distance car. The suspension is softer, the interior is less focused on driving, with more emphasis on relaxation and comfort. Is this the perfect long-distance electric car?

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Incredible quality.

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Lots of tech.

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Softer than a Taycan.

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Benefits Of an Audi e-tron GT Lease

If you want an all-electric car designed for long distances, look no further. The e-tron GT has plenty of range and plenty of performance, making it a brilliant cruiser.It’s quiet and refined, but it’s also stylish and good to drive. Admittedly, it faces stiff competition from Tesla and Porsche. But with futuristic looks and stunning build quality, it can easily hold its own.

Why Lease An Audi e-tron GT?

Leasing an Audi e-tron GT is a great alternative buying it outright. With low, monthly fixed payments, you have certainty of what you need to pay each month. You can upgrade when the contract ends and keep driving with the latest technology and safety features available.The process of an Audi e-tron GT lease is really simple. We’ll help you find the best deal and you're guaranteed the lowest price with our Price Promise. Delivery is free and fast and we also offer free returns too.

Audi e-tron GT Interior

Audi has really worked out how to make a car interior. The quality on show in the e-tron GT is exceptional, with great materials that have been bolted together perfectly. The vibe is typical Audi, with high-tech screens and a sharply styled, futuristic dashboard.Slap-bang in the middle is a 10.1-inch infotainment screen that complements the 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster. The 2 screens work in tandem, and the driver display can be customised to show more traditional dials or a gorgeous navigation screen. Experiment for a while and you’ll find the combination to suit you.

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The Audi e-tron GT Driving Experience

The Audi e-tron GT shares plenty with the Porsche Taycan, but it offers a completely different experience. Yes, it’s a sports coupe with a bit of verve in the steering and bags of pace – but it’s really a grand tourer as well. This is a car designed to cover ground at speed and in comfort.To that end, it has softer suspension than the Taycan. It also has lighter, less direct steering. That makes it pleasant to steer around town.The e-tron GT is great to drive, with sharp and accurate steering. You can put this car exactly where you want it. It also has plenty of traction thanks to the all-wheel-drive system that makes it so fast and stable when you put your foot down.And when you do put your foot down, even the basic e-tron GT is rapid. The 2 electric motors combine to produce 530hp, which is sent to all 4 wheels. As a result, the sprint from 0-62mph takes just 4.1 seconds – and the top speed is 151mph. It’s genuine sports car performance. But if you want real performance, pick the RS e-tron GT. That car has 646hp, allowing it to dash from 0-62mph in 3.3 seconds before hitting its 155mph top speed. That’s Audi R8 levels of speed.

  • The e-tron GT comes with 405 litres of luggage space as standard. That’s slightly more than you’d get in a Volkswagen Golf, so it’s more than enough for shopping, weekends away and any sports equipment.

    Inside, the e-tron GT is roomier than you might expect, with plenty of legroom for those in the back seats. The back doors also make it easy to get in and out. However, the sweeping coupe roofline makes it a little tight on headroom. Shorter passengers and children won’t have a problem, but those who are more than 6ft tall might find it cramped.

  • This is where the Audi e-tron GT comes into its own. It might be an overgrown sports car, but it’ll cost buttons to run. Charge at home where the electricity is cheapest and you’ll find it amazingly inexpensive. If you start using public charge points, you might find costs rising, but with a range of 293-298 miles from that battery you’ll be able to make most journeys without topping up the battery. The RS e-tron GT cuts the range to 282-286 miles, but that should still be plenty.

    Whichever version you choose, it’ll make a great company car. With zero tailpipe emissions – mainly because it doesn’t even have a tailpipe – the e-tron GT will incur benefit-in-kind tax at a rate of just 1% in 2021/22. That’s outrageously low for something that does 0-62mph in around 4 seconds.

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Audi e-tron GT Coupe-Saloon 4-Door

The Audi e-tron GT comes as a 4-door coupe-saloon – just like the Porsche Taycan, rather than a ‘big hatchback’ 5-door such as the Porsche Panamera or the Tesla Model S. Nevertheless, the e-tron GT is stylish and sporty, but still relatively practical.

Audi e-tron GT High-Performance Models

If you want more performance, choose the RS version. Every e-tron GT is fast, but the RS is outrageously quick in a straight line. And it gets sportier styling.

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Trim Levels

No matter which e-tron GT you choose, it’ll come with plenty of kit. The standard car comes with 20-inch alloy wheels, a panoramic roof and LED headlights, plus heated leather seats, 3-zone climate control and a rear-view camera. The car also comes with a 10.1-inch touchscreen and Audi’s Virtual Cockpit digital instrument display.Trim levels available: e-tron GT, e-tron GT Vorsprung, RS e-tron GT, RS e-tron GT Carbon Black, RS e-tron GT Carbon Vorsprung.

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The Audi e-tron GT Vs Competitors

As an electric grand tourer, the Audi e-tron GT doesn’t have many rivals. The closest alternative is the Porsche Taycan, which the Audi shares so much with. The Porsche is the more engaging driver’s car, but the Audi is a softer and more comfortable long-distance option.If you want something less German, the Tesla Model S is the nearest rival. That car is much more spacious and it has more range, but it isn’t as good to drive. Its trump card is the Supercharger charging network that offers fast and reliable battery top-ups. If you’re happy to go for petrol or hybrid power, you could also consider the Porsche Panamera, Mercedes-Benz CLS or the BMW 8 Series Gran Coupe, but they will have higher running costs.

  • Audi’s reliability record is very good and the e-tron GT is expected to continue that tradition. The electric powertrain sounds clever, but it’s quite simple so it shouldn’t be a problem. The in-car tech is well proven and Audi offers a decent manufacturer warranty for extra peace of mind.

  • The standard e-tron GT has 405 litres of boot space. That’s more than you get in a Volkswagen Golf or a Ford Focus, so you know it’s enough for shopping, the school run and weekends away. But there’s more space in a Tesla Model S. The RS e-tron GT has slightly less room, at 350 litres, but it’s still respectable.

  • The e-tron GT comes with a choice of power outputs, which define the trim levels available. The basic e-tron GT simply comes in ‘standard’ and Vorsprung trims, while the RS e-tron GT comes in standard, Carbon Black and Carbon Vorsprung versions.

  • Every version of the e-tron GT comes with parking sensors and a reversing camera.

  • The e-tron GT’s boot is respectable without being enormous and the same is true of the cabin space. Shorter passengers and children will find the rear seats perfectly spacious, but tall people will struggle for headroom. But if you treat it as an overgrown 2-seater, it’s incredibly roomy.

  • An ultra-modern design, classy interior and softer ride make the e-tron GT a different proposition to the Taycan. Which you prefer is a matter of taste, but there’s no arguing with the Audi’s performance and range.

  • Leasing an Audi e-tron GT with Vanarama is the easiest way to upgrade what you drive. Our team of experts can help you find your perfect deal and you’re guaranteed the lowest price with our Price Promise. There are no hidden fees and we also offer free and fast delivery. That means you can receive your car quickly, right to your door. Check out our Audi e-tron GT lease deals today.

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FAQs

How much does an Audi e-tron GT go for? ›

The e-tron GT Premium Plus sports a base price of $99,900.

What is the 0 to 60 of the Audi e-tron GT? ›

TRACK TESTED: 2022 Audi RS e-tron GT Hits 60 in 3 Seconds Flat.

How much is the fully electric Audi RS E-Tron GT? ›

2022 Audi RS e-tron GT Trims
TrimRS e-tron GT
EngineElectric
Transmission2-Speed Automatic
DrivetrainAll-Wheel Drive
Price$142,400

Has the Audi e-tron been discontinued? ›

Audi discontinued the A3 PHEV Sportback e-tron in Europe in November 2018. However, the model was briefly re-introduced at the end of 2019 for MY20, now called A3 Sportback 40 e-tron under Audi's new naming scheme.

How much will a 2022 Audi e-tron cost? ›

Price: The 2022 Audi e-tron electric SUV starts at $65,900. The e-tron Sportback variant is priced from $69,100. A federal tax credit of $7,500 is available, plus various state incentives and a free charging program.

How much is the Audi e-tron GT UK? ›

What is the difference between Etron GT and RS e-tron GT? ›

1.65 Crore. The claimed mileage . In technical specifications, Audi e-tron GT (Top Model) is powered by engine , while Audi RS e-tron GT (Top Model) is powered by engine. The Comparison Audi e-tron GT Quattro vs Audi RS e-tron GT Quattro can be described on the basis of price and specifications.

How fast is a 2022 Audi e-tron GT? ›

Thanks to its 0-60 mph time of just 3.1 seconds and a 155 MPH top track speed, the RS e-tron GT performance is equivalent to the V10-powered Audi R8 supercar - all while producing zero direct emissions.

What is wait time for Audi e-tron GT? ›

E-Tron and E-Tron GT are available within 12-16 weeks of order.

Can you charge Audi e-tron Tesla supercharger? ›

Charging Audi e-tron on Norway's Open Tesla Superchargers - YouTube

Why are EVS so expensive? ›

Electric vehicle batteries are typically made from minerals like lithium, cobalt and nickel that have to be made from minerals that are in high demand. The high costs keep these vehicles out of reach for many Americans, hampering the adoption of an important tool in the fight against climate change.

Is Audi e-tron bigger than Q5? ›

Especially, as every version gets a 360-degree parking camera. For comparison, those dimensions make it longer than an Audi Q5 (4,663mm) but shorter than a Q7 (5,052mm). The e-tron's ride height is adjustable by up to 76mm, making it easy to get in and out of, while also allowing it some mild off-road ability.

Which Audi e-tron has the longest range? ›

Audi says the Q4 Sportback 40 E-tron offers the longest range in its EV line-up, capable of returning up to 331 miles on a single charge.

Which Audi e-tron has the best range? ›

The above performance data relates to the Audi e-tron S line 55 quattro. With a maximum range of up to 252 miles 2, the Audi e-tron is perfect for longer journeys. The large high-voltage battery and an intelligent recuperation system make your drive both efficient and also completely C0₂ free.

Are Audi e-tron reliable? ›

Is the Audi e-tron Reliable? The 2022 Audi e-tron has a predicted reliability score of 62 out of 100. A J.D. Power predicted reliability score of 91-100 is considered the Best, 81-90 is Great, 70-80 is Average, and 0-69 is Fair and considered below average.

Is an electric car worth it? ›

EV drivers spend around 60% less on fuel than gas-burning vehicle drivers, according to a Consumer Reports Study. Over the average 200,000 mile lifespan of their vehicle, the total cost of a gas-powered car would be $94,540, while a similar EV would cost $90,160, according to CNBC.

What is the range of Audi e-tron? ›

Both models share an all-wheel-drive powertrain that generates 355 horsepower with an EPA-estimated range of as much as 222 miles (or 218 miles for e-tron Sportback). In sport mode, the e-tron can even produce as much as 402 horsepower, but only for a moment.

Is Audi e-tron GT family car? ›

It might be low-slung but the e-tron GT has the ability to function as a practical family car thanks to its rear doors and two boots. This isn't without its caveats, however; the design of Audi's flagship electric car prioritises style not practicality, so space inside is restricted as a result.

Where is the Audi e-tron GT built? ›

The e-tron GT is the first all-electric car from Audi built in Germany. It drives off the assembly line at the Audi Böllinger Höfe in Neckarsulm. The small-series production facility there, which has net zero carbon emissions, has been expanded and converted for its new task.

Where is the Audi e-tron GT assembled? ›

Production. Preparation of production at Böllinger Höfe plant started in 2019, and started in December 2020. Unlike the e-tron and e-tron Sportback models manufactured in Belgium, it is the first Audi electric car to be produced in Audi's home country Germany, at the Heilbronn plant.

Does Audi e-tron GT come with charger? ›

The Audi e-tron GT is fitted with an 11 kW on-board charger for Type 2 AC charging as standard.

Is the Audi RS E-Tron GT self driving? ›

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How many Motors does the e-Tron GT have? ›

Audi e-tron GT quattro and Audi RS e-tron GT

The four-door coupé reinterprets the classic idea of the gran turismo: Its design is highly emotive, its technology is exhilarating. Two powerful electric motors provide dynamic driving performance and confident electric all-wheel drive.

How fast is Audi e-tron GT RS? ›

Performance
Acceleration 0 - 100 km/h3.3 sec
Top Speed250 km/h
Electric Range *405 km

How fast does an Audi R8 go from 0 to 60? ›

2022 R8 Photos

It occasionally downshifts too abruptly, causing neck-snapping acceleration followed by an immediate upshift." "With 0-60 mph times in the low to mid 3-second range and top speeds that top 200 mph, the R8 is a true supercar.

Is the 2022 E-Tron fully electric? ›

The 2022 E-Tron SUV and Sportback skip the weirdness and deliver all the luxury and performance of Audi's other high-end models—just fully electric.

What does Elon Musk drive? ›

Elon Musk has confessed that his Tesla Model S is the car he drives the most. That shouldn't be a surprise, given that the Model S is the comfiest and most accommodating vehicle in the Tesla fleet.

What is a 10 second car? ›

ten-second car (plural ten-second cars) (sports cars) A car which can complete a quarter-mile from a standing start in under 10 seconds.

What is the fastest road legal car in the world? ›

The SSC Tuatara is currently the world's fastest production car, with an officially recognised top speed of 316.11mph. The record run broke the previous mark of 277.9mph set by the Koenigsegg Agera RS in 2017.

Does Audi e-tron GT have sunroof? ›

The sunroof option is available in all models of Audi e-tron GT.

Is it worth buying electric car UK? ›

Electric cars are cheaper to own than a gas guzzler, when you take into account exemptions on road tax and the Congestion Charge in London. With no tailpipe emissions they're better for the environment too. And even diehard petrolheads can't deny that electric cars are relaxing and easy to drive.

How long is Audi build week to delivery? ›

For standard models it can be anything from 2 to 4 weeks.

Can I charge my Mach E at a Tesla station? ›

Member. Well I charged my Mach-E at a Tesla charging station a couple of days ago. Yes, I downloaded the Tesla app, added a payment method and went to the location of a station that was part of the pilot to open it to all EVs.

How much does it cost to charge an Audi e-tron? ›

How much does it cost to charge an Audi e-tron?
TypeCost/kWhCost per mile
Home off-peak8 p/kWh3.1 p/mile
Home26 p/kWh10.2 p/mile
Public Fast30 p/kWh11.8 p/mile
Public Rapid45 p/kWh for 10%-80% charge17.7 p/mile
29 Jun 2022

Can I charge Audi at Tesla station? ›

Charging a Audi e-tron GT with Tesla Charger - YouTube

Do electric cars cost more to repair? ›

Maintenance/Repair/Tires – electric vehicles do not require as much maintenance as gas-powered ones since they don't need oil changes or air-filter replacements. If maintained according to the automakers' recommendations, electric vehicles cost $330 less than a gas-powered car, a total of $949/annually.

How Much Will electric cars cost in 2025? ›

Automakers will spend more than $515 billion through 2025 developing new electric passenger vehicles and battery manufacturing infrastructure, it forecasts.

What is the most expensive part of an electric car? ›

A battery pack is the most expensive component of an EV.

Is e-tron same size as Q7? ›

Roomy, Utilitarian, Familiar. The e-tron is just 3.3 inches shorter in length than the new Audi Q8 SUV, a five-seater, and 6.6 inches shorter than the Audi Q7, which seats seven.

Does Audi e-tron have 7 seater? ›

The drawback is the battery pack is under the boot floor, which means, unlike the standard seven-seat Q7, the e-tron only has room for five.

Is Audi e-tron 7 seater? ›

With a larger footprint and a long wheelbase, the Q5 e-tron is reported to be spacious on the inside. It gets three-row seating with 6- and 7-seat layouts.

How fast can you charge an Audi e-tron? ›

The charging time for Audi e-tron vehicles range from an industry-leading 30 minutes with 480-volt DC fast charging to more than three days with a 120-volt Level 1 charger.

Will Audi increase e-tron range? ›

The European e-tron is expected to get 373 miles (600 km) of range in 2023, thanks to improvements in the battery pack, more efficient motors, and an improved energy recovery system. That is a huge improvement over the existing model, which tops out at 274 miles of (441 km) on the WLTP cycle.

What is the range of the 2022 Q4 e-tron? ›

The battery pack is said to deliver up to 241 miles of driving range per charge. The Q4 e-tron models will go up against other compact electric SUVs such as the Tesla Model Y and the Volvo XC40 Recharge when they go on sale.

How much will a 2022 Audi e-tron cost? ›

Price: The 2022 Audi e-tron electric SUV starts at $65,900. The e-tron Sportback variant is priced from $69,100. A federal tax credit of $7,500 is available, plus various state incentives and a free charging program.

Has the Audi e-tron been discontinued? ›

Audi discontinued the A3 PHEV Sportback e-tron in Europe in November 2018. However, the model was briefly re-introduced at the end of 2019 for MY20, now called A3 Sportback 40 e-tron under Audi's new naming scheme.

How long does an Audi e-tron last? ›

The Audi e-tron is estimated to last around 300,000 to 400,000 miles given its large battery and estimated range of around 220 miles per charge. If you average 15,000 miles per year, you can expect 10 — 15 years of reliable service before needing a new battery replacement.

What car has the fastest 0 to 100? ›

Tesla Roadster

As Tesla claims, it will be “the quickest car in the world” with a 0-100km/h time of 2.1 seconds. The company also states it will have a top speed of over 400km/h and a range of over 1000km. Certainly a car to watch out for, then.

How fast can a McLaren go from 0 to 60? ›

The 2022 McLaren Artura can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in just 3.0 seconds, making it one of the fastest hybrid vehicles on the market.

How fast does a Dodge Challenger go from 0-60? ›

Top Speed and Acceleration

The top speed is 203 mph. The 0-60 mph acceleration is 3.4 seconds. It can do a quarter mile in 10.8 seconds at a speed of 131 mph. The R/T Scat Pack Challenger has a much more modest 485 horsepower but is just as impressive.

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