The 2023 Audi E-Tron GT is the ideal of a luxurious grand tourer that is entertaining to drive and displays its driving in a quiet electric manner. The company’s best design is used in the flagship EV from Audi, which can also deliver exhilarating driving qualities. When it comes to its attractive appearance or its agile handling, the E-Tron GT is a type of vehicle that doesn’t settle for ordinary. You shouldn’t take the vehicle constructed on the same basis as the Porsche Taycan for granted.
Audi e-tron GT
The E-Tron GT has a luxurious, sporty interior with plenty of comfort and two electric motors that combine for a maximum of 637 horsepower with its RS edition. While the fierce acceleration of a Model S Plaid would astound you, the E-Tron GT is for people who sought a better overall driving experience.
The cabin is tastefully decorated and gives the maximum amount of luxury. The body is strong and well-built. The vehicle has a furious driving style that will knock your socks off and can quickly transform into an exhilarating ride.
Audi E-Tron GT Specs
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The new-Tron GT has only a few general cosmetic and other enhancements for 2023. The outer body colour of the car is not applied to the front grille. The second charging port is a standard feature and is situated on the car’s passenger side.
A built-in toll module for the rearview mirror and anti-theft bolts are included with the new E-Tron GT. Additionally, it comes with a Bang & Olufsen audio system and brand-new all-season 20-inch wheels for improved traction. The GT Performance package contains the standard 20-inch wheels, while the top-spec Prestige trim has optional 21-inch wheels.
2023 Audi e-tron GT design
Audi e-tron GT has a distinctly futuristic appearance. A pair of Matrix LED headlamps, the recognizable single frame grille from Audi, and a sizable air-dam that directs air to cool the floor-mounted battery are all there up front. From the side profile, the ‘Sportback’ rear and the sloping roofline stand out. A substantial LED light bar connecting the LED taillamps and a diffuser covered in black is present at the rear.
The previously optional, USD 350 “Hekla grille” from the 2022 model year has been replaced for 2023 with a body-colored grille. A second charging port has been added above the passenger-side fender, and the exterior has also received anti-theft wheel bolts. The e-tron GT now comes with 20-inch all-season tyres as standard equipment, while the Prestige trim now offers a 21-inch 10-spoke trapezoidal wheel design option in place of the former platinum grey finish wheels that could be added for USD 2,000.
2023 Audi e-tron GT interior
Numerous high-end amenities are included with the Audi e-tron GT as standard equipment. It has Dinamica microfiber-covered three-spoke flat-bottom steering wheels, aluminium paddle shifters, leather-free seat surfaces, a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster, and a 10.1-inch MMI touchscreen infotainment system.
There are several feature updates for 2023. Both a Bang and Olufsen sound system with 3D audio and an integrated toll module in the rearview mirror are included as standard equipment. For the 2023 model year, the e-tron GT will still include the following amenities as standard equipment: ambient lighting, three-zone climate control, natural walnut wood inlays, heads-up display, and wireless charging.
In order to provide customers with enough under-thigh support and prevent them from having to sit with their knees raised, the battery pack is situated between the axles and has been constructed with recesses close to the rear footwell.
There are numerous safety features included with the Audi e-tron GT. It includes a number of cutting-edge driver aid features, lighted seatbelts, and a tire-pressure monitoring system (ADAS). Audi Pre-sense Front tightens seat belts, shuts all windows, and activates brake assist or automated emergency braking when it detects a potential hazard up front.
Additionally, it has a 360-degree video vision, side assist with rear cross-traffic assist and vehicle exit warning, Audi active lane assist with emergency assistance, and traffic sign recognition. There is also the Park assist plus, which uses a radar and camera to automatically locate parking spaces and park the car. Due to various laws, the Park assist feature is not available in the states of New York and Vermont.