2025 Audi e-tron GT Revealed: Updated Specifications and Features

Matt Brand
June 18, 2024
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The 2025 Audi e-tron GT has been updated with changes in performance specifications, design modifications, and technological enhancements.

Set to arrive in European showrooms later this year, details about its release in Australia are still pending.

The model range has been restructured to include the S e-tron GT and the high-performance RS e-tron GT, with the introduction of the RS e-tron GT Performance.

This variant now offers the highest output in the series at 680kW, an increase from previous models.

Battery capacity in the e-tron GT has been upgraded to a 97kWh usable capacity, which contributes to a longer driving range of up to 604 kilometres according to WLTP standards.

This is an increase of over 120 kilometres compared to earlier versions. The updated battery also supports improved energy recuperation of up to 400kW during braking.

Charging capabilities have been enhanced with support for 320kW DC fast charging, which allows a recharge from 10% to 80% capacity within 18 minutes.

Despite the larger battery size, the charging time remains unchanged.

On the performance front, the base S e-tron GT model now produces 500kW, a significant increase over its predecessor.

The RS e-tron GT now outputs 630kW.

Acceleration times have improved across the range, with the RS Performance model capable of reaching 100 km/h from a standstill in 2.5 seconds.

Technical improvements include a new adaptive air suspension system and revised torque distribution for all-wheel drive.

Design updates feature new front and rear bumpers across the series, with the RS variants receiving distinct styling enhancements.

Interior updates are minimal, focusing on new material options, a redesigned steering wheel, and enhanced seating with increased adjustability.

Updated digital displays and interior lighting options have also been introduced.

The 2025 Audi e-tron GT updates reflect ongoing enhancements in Audi's electric vehicle technology, focusing on increased power output and efficiency, as well as design and technological improvements.

Matt Brand
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