Audi’s flagship EV is getting a mid-life facelift with some minor styling updates. Read on for all you need to know.
- New Audi e-tron GT spotted testing
- Minor styling updates expected
- Range expected to stay the same
- Could get more power courtesy of the new Porsche Taycan
- On sale in 2024
This is the new Audi e-tron GT, a facelifted version of the brand’s sporty four-door electric car. Carwow’s spy photographers have spotted it during testing, and it’s sporting some minor styling updates.
New Audi e-tron GT design
The Audi e-tron GT may have been around for a couple of years, but it’s still one of the most modern-looking EVs on the market. This hasn’t stopped Audi from updating it though, and the facelifted version has been spotted testing.
The biggest change looks like it’s coming up front, because the huge fake grille is nowhere in sight. There’s a good chance there’s some trim hiding under the wrap, but it does appear to have a much cleaner front end design. The headlights fitted to this prototype are also a bit more sleek.
The low-slung, sporty silhouette of the e-tron GT is what sets it apart from other EVs, and this has thankfully made it through the update unscathed. The wheels fitted to this test car do appear to be new though.
Changes to the rear look much more subtle than the front. The light bar appears to be pretty much the same, although the light pattern may be updated when the car is launched. The bumper looks as though it could have a new diffuser under the disguise as well.
New Audi e-tron GT motors and batteries
Details on what’s powering the new Audi e-tron GT are pretty scarce, but it’s likely to share parts with the recently-updated Porsche Taycan under the skin.
The current car has dual motors with a combined 476hp, as well as a 93kWh battery with up to 305 miles of range. The mechanically-similar Porsche Taycan is now available with a slightly larger 97kWh battery with up to 367 miles of range, so the new e-tron GT could make use of this pack.
The Audi could also get some power upgrades courtesy of the Porsche, with the 517hp dual-motor setup from that car potentially finding a home in the e-tron GT.
When can I buy a new Audi e-tron GT?
2024 is going to be a busy year for Audi, with the new Q6 e-tron and A6 e-tron due towards the middle of the year. Expect to see this new e-tron GT make its debut in the first quarter of the year.
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