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The production version of Audi e-tron GT is set to be officially unveiled at next year’s L.A. Auto Show

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By B. O’Hare

The stylish, fully electric Audi e-tron GT is set to be unveiled in production form at next year’s Los Angeles Auto Show according to sources who spoke with Audi’s design director Mark Lichte at this year’s show. Given this November 2020 reveal date, we anticipate first deliveries by early 2021 in Europe, followed by North America and Asia in the Summer months.

Sharing a platform with the Porsche Taycan (the new J1 chassis), the e-tron GT is set to be powered by a 582hp, 90kWh battery, capable of 0-60 mph in around 3.5 seconds. Audi anticipate a WLTP range of over 248.5 miles // 400km. Pricing is of course unannounced given the production GT hasn’t even arrived yet, but we anticipate a starting price of around $90k. Model S rival?



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