The 2022 Audi e-tron GT is bold and beautiful electric car with its design shaped like that of the Porsche Taycon. They look more like identical twins for the fact that they look so much alike. In reality, the two sleek four-door gran turismos were created in tandem and share a trimming 800-volt propulsion system that allows for speedier charging and ensures good performance. With its more sculpted exterior and busier front end, the Audi sticks out from the Porsche. The e-interior tron’s is just as elegant and technologically advanced, with a variety of attractive materials and high-tech features. Although the 2022 e-tron GT is essentially a Taycan with a new body, it’s yet another appealing alternative to Tesla’s successful Model S.
Interior and Comfort
The inside of the E-Tron GT is excellent. The slice of matte carbon fiber across the centre of the dash and the red highlights, as well as the Alcantara wheel and firm yet comfy front seats, add a lovely touch of intent. Everything has a high-end vibe about it. Legroom is plentiful in the back seats, but headroom is limited, and the center seat is more courteous than comfortable. Luggage can be stored behind the back seats and in the front trunk under the hood.The Bang & Olufsen sound system is fantastic, and Audi’s MMI infotainment system is flawless, but the Virtual Cockpit gauge cluster doesn’t make the same impact it did on the previous models.
Battery life and Recharge
Audi claims that the 85.0-kWh lithium-ion battery in every e-tron GT will provide up to 238 miles of driving range. Because the e-battery tron’s has slightly more usable capacity than the 83.7-kWh battery that drives the 2021 Porsche Taycan 4S, which has an EPA-rated range of 227 miles, it is expected that the non-RS variant have a comparable figure. The standard 270-kW DC fast charger can recharge the e-tron GT from 5 to 80 percent battery capacity in 23 minutes, according to the manufacturer claims.
Safety and Drive Assistant features
The all-electric car is equipped with a variety of driver-assistance features, like as adaptive cruise control and remote self-parking assist, which allows the driver to park the car using a smartphone app. Another safety feature include Forward-collision warning and automatic emergency braking are standard.
The Audi e-tron GT Recall Issues
The retaining rings on the air suspension struts on 10 Audi e-tron GT cars from the model year 2022 may fall loose, according to Audi. A loose retaining ring may enable air to escape, making it difficult for the driver to control the vehicle..
Recall notices for the Audi e-tron GT are planned to be sent late January, 2022. The air suspension struts will be replaced as needed by Audi shops.
The e-tron GT’s price starts at $99,000 and go as high as $140,000.