At CES, luxury automaker Audi showed a near-final prototype of its upcoming e-tron GT electric vehicle. The e-tron GT will be a sleeker, sportier sedan version of Audi’s current e-tron Sportback SUV, with an estimated range of more than 200 miles.
The e-tron GT should be just as smooth as it is fast, with a comfortable cruising mode that operates in near silence, and a dynamic performance mode using an adaptive suspension and four-wheel steering. The interior can be ordered as leather-free, with cabin materials including recycled plastics and microfibers. Audi will unveil the production version later in 2021. Expect it to compete against rivals such as the Porsche Taycan and Tesla Model S.