Audi to launch the e-tron in China

Audi is launching the e-tron GT in China. The all-electric Gran Turismo, which shares the platform with the Porsche Taycan, will launch on the Chinese market at prices starting at 999,800 yuan (around 127,000 euros).

The RS variant of the Audi e-tron GT has already been available in China since the end of 2022 at prices starting at 1,468,800 yuan (approx. 186,500 euros). The e-tron GT for China comes with two electric drives and a system output of 350 kW with a maximum torque of 630 Nm. With its 93 kWh battery, the Audi has a WLTP range of 488 kilometres.

In China, too, the vehicle uses the familiar 800-volt technology of the Taycan/e-tron GT, which can be used to charge from five to 80 per cent in 22.5 minutes at appropriate charging points. Other China-specific changes apart from the charging connection (from CCS2, which is common in Europe, to the Chinese GB/T standard) are not mentioned in the article by the Chinese portal CN EV Post.

Audi had recently confirmed an expansion of its cooperation with China partner SAIC for the development of new electric models for the Chinese market. Together, they want to accelerate the development of new electric models “to meet Chinese customer demand for premium electric vehicles”. The development focus is rumoured to be on the mid-range – Audi now wants to serve the top segment with the e-tron GT for the time being.


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