The German automobile manufacturer, Audi, is known for its designs, engineering, producing and marketing the luxury vehicles.
The luxury vehicles are produced in nine facilities throughout the world.
DKW, Wanderer and August Horch are founders of the company, which is one of the thriving manufacturing firms.
Audi was relaunched in 1965 with the Audi F103 series. After this event, Auto Union was merged with NSU Motorenwerke in 1969 by Volkswagen.
It led to the creation of the company that we know today. The four rings of the Audi logo is a representation of the four companies that came together to create Auto Union.
The concept of E-Tron GT was introduced in Los Angeles Auto Show in 2018. Its announcement was with a positive response by the media and critics alike.
E-Tron GT is an all-electronic coupe-styled vehicle. Its Sportsback edition was debuted in the same event in 2019. The E-Tron GT concept will be further teased in the next year’s Los Angeles Auto Show.
Mark Ritchie, Audi’s design director, did not let a detail of E-Tron GT slip out of his mouth with the interview with Autocar.
But he did tell them that the coupe will be presented in after a year. It means that emission-free stylish sedan manufacturing will probably start next year.
The E-Tron Sportsback model is planned to be launched in the spring of 2020 for the European market.
The starting price will be £71,350. It can be assumed that the delivery will probably start in the spring of 2021.
The size of the E-Tron GT will be similar to that of A7. Both of them have an identical sleek body and a spectacular side profile. The shorter front gives it an aggressive stance.
The GT will have a flat-floor architecture with a 90-kWh battery pack. This battery takes up the underfloor area between the axles. Its range is estimated to be almost 250 miles.
Its peak output is 582 horsepower.
The GT will be a car the future of luxury cars and Audi will ensure that its customers are always looking forward to the high performing models they introduce.