The Audi e-tron GT concept¹ traces an arc into the future. As a four-door coupé with a long wheelbase, it features the proportions of a classic gran turismo cast in a progressive Audi design. Ensuring the driving performance of a sports car is the drive of the future: fully electric – including the quintessential Audi quattro all-wheel drive.
The e-tron GT concept¹ shows one way in which Audi design language could develop in the future: drawn far back, the coupé-like roof line borrows from the hallmark Sportback design, now combined with the strongly pulled in cabin.
New, yet familiar – the evolutionary design
The front section is adorned by a hallmark Singleframe, this time with a distinctly more horizontal, multipiece architecture and discrete 3D grille design. The striking, illuminated e-tron logo, which can also be found on the rear, immediately makes clear that the concept for this Audi car is all-electric. Not least, the slimline exterior mirrors emphasise the stretched and elegant appearance of this gran turismo concept car.
Laser-sharp view ahead
The new visual signature of the matrix LED headlights with laser main beam and tapered elements reinforces the dynamic presence of the Audi e-tron GT concept¹, even when stationary. In typical Audi fashion, the driver is welcomed by characteristic light sequencing.
Modern radiance –
from every angle
Adorning the entire width of the rear is a continuous light strip, featuring tapered elements at both ends that recall the design of the front headlights. The same goes for the illuminated e-tron logo, which on the Audi e-tron GT concept¹ is located below this strip.
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