Audi shocked just about everybody recently when it unveiled the E-Tron GT concept car in Los Angeles. It’s sleek, athletic, good-looking, and boasts excellent performance. And it looks like not much is going to change when it goes to production.
During the show, Audi design head Mark Lichte revealed that the sheet metal is pretty much finalized. A few nips and tucks will be made, like 21-inch wheels versus the 22s the concept sat on, more practical door handles, and such.
We don’t get to see the production Audi E-Tron GT until the latter part of 2020, so in about two years, which is a long wait. But if the concept is close to the production model, the wait should be well worth it.
If you aren’t aware, the Audi E-Tron GT shares a platform with the upcoming Porsche Taycan. According to Audi, it will do 0-62 in 3.5 seconds and the powertrain pushes 590 horsepower. On the European WLTP cycle, range is estimated at 250 miles.