Audi RS e-tron GT: das emotionale Elektro-Coupé |

CO2-Emissionen{ft_nemo-fn_eec-global-disclaimer}: 0–0 g/km

Stromverbrauch kombiniert{ft_nemo-fn_eec-global-disclaimer}: 3.0–3.0 miles/kWh

Electrical consumption combined in kWh/100 km{ft_nemo-fn_eec-global-disclaimer}: 20.2-19.3 (NEDC); 22.5-20.6 (WLTP); CO₂ emissions combined in g/km{ft_nemo-fn_eec-global-disclaimer}: 0. Electrical consumption and CO₂ emission figures given in ranges depend on the equipment selected for the vehicle.

Pure energy and progressive performance

Electrical output



Torque: 830 Nm

Acceleration (0–100 km/h)



Range (WLTP) up tp



Interior design

The RS design package, red adds striking accents to the vehicle interior through contrasting stitching in express red.

Battery from 5% to 80% charged in



(ideal conditions⁴)

Charging system



Maximum charging capacity: 270 kWh

Battery capacity (net) up to



Audi RS e-tron GT


Manufacturing the electrically powered gran turismo in the Böllinger Höfe, close to Neckarsulm, is where attention to detail meets precision and quality.

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Electrical consumption combined in kWh/100 km: 20.2-19.3 (NEDC); 22.5-20.6 (WLTP); CO₂ emissions combined in g/km: 0.
Due to physical conditions, the maximum power for the specified acceleration values can be called up repeatedly, but not any number of times in succession.
The charging time of the battery may vary depending on various factors such as ambient temperature, the use of other country-specific plugs, and the use of the preconditioning function (e.g. remote-controlled air conditioning of the vehicle). When using household plugs, the charging power is limited by the e-tron charging system.
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The e-tron Charging Service can be used only for electrified models of the Audi brand (valid vehicle identification number required). Europe-wide access: The e-tron Charging Service is available in 26 European countries. Provision in further countries is planned. The number of available charging points is growing all the time, but varies from country to country and depends on the extent to which the existing infrastructure is expanded. There is no entitlement to access to all of the charging points in a given country. AUDI AG does not guarantee the operation, availability, charging capacity and other properties of the charging infrastructure. Location information about the number of charging points is updated regularly; there is no obligation to provide complete information. The e-tron Charging Service customer card can be used in the network only after 24 hours following activation of the card. Within the first 24 hours, the card can be used, where appropriate, with local restrictions. Authentication via myAudi app (QR code on the charging point) requires an active radio and internet connection. This authentication method is not available at all charging points. Prices are harmonised within individual European countries but may vary from the price offered in Germany. The latest price and contract information for your country can be found at Upon conclusion of your e-tron Charging Service contract, only the costs for electricity apply – Audi assumes the cost of the monthly fee for the transit tariff for the first year. After the first year, the contract is extended automatically for a further 12 months (without any notice) and the monthly fee applies. Information about prices and conditions is available at
For AC charging, Audi recommends charging the high-voltage battery at industrial power sockets, at charging stations or at a wallbox. This is more efficient and considerably quicker than charging at a domestic power socket. Do not regularly charge your vehicle at domestic power sockets using the mobile e-tron charging system (compact and connect) if you have access to an industrial power socket with alternating current (AC) or a public AC or DC charging station. Charging capacity depends on the type of mains connector used, the country’s voltage and the number of available phases of the power network as well as the customer’s own domestic installation. It may therefore be lower in some cases.
The charging time of the battery can vary depending on a number of factors including ambient temperature, the use of other country-specific connectors and use of the preconditioning function (e.g. remote-controlled air conditioning of the vehicle). When using domestic connectors, the e-tron charging system limits charging capacity.