Going electric has been hard on many brands. While lesser automakers have struggled to make the leap, Audi Sport enjoys a challenge. Thanks to extensive testing by engineers and their Formula E team, the 2022 Audi RS e-tron GT is ready for production.
Lucas di Grassi won the first Formula E race and has since become an authority on electric power. That is why the press release shared his insights on the upcoming car. When reaching the end of a trip, the car offers charging suggestions to the driver and responds by warming or cooling the motors and battery.
Suspension borrowed from the Porsche Taycan includes triple airbags and rear-wheel steering. Finally, the system easily offers 270 kW at each end for a total of 684 horsepower and 612 lb-ft of torque. The first examples to arrive are already spoken for so click the link to find our dealer near you and stay with us for all your Audi updates.