An Audi RS e-tron GT Shooting Brake would be an electric RS 6
Audi will shortly be pulling the towel off its e-tron GT electric sports car. AUTO BILD is already showing the next level: This is what a shooting brake could look like!
Even more than the Taycan the e-tron will be designed to glide on the Autobahn. A more practical combination version with more storage space would be a good fit. The second argument in favor of such a model: The Volkswagen Group relies heavily on electric cars. An RS e-tron GT Shooting Brake could theoretically inherit the RS 6 in the future. Third, with the blissful RS2, Audi is considered the inventor of the power station wagon.
“Nogaro blue” pays tribute to the RS2
An e-tron GT Shooting Brake would lead Audi’s tradition of faster station wagons into the future.
© Bernhard Reichel
The RS2 was also developed together with Porsche. So why not? an electric sports suit as a modern homage to the five-cylinder ancestor? Maybe even a special edition? After all, the e-tron GT will be an RS version with 598 hp anyway (646 PS in overboost) give. We then dipped our shooting brake illustration in the matching “Nogaro blue”, which on the RS2 was still called “RS blue”. The black front panel makes it immediately recognizable as an RS model. If you look closely, you can still see the contours of the Taycan. Furthermore But the Audi looks very independent and, especially as a (virtual) Shooting Brake, super sharp!
Not expected before 2022
The e-tron GT is still on the road with camouflage film, but it is already wearing the series body. AUTO BILD drove it!
© Audi AG
A possible shooting brake would certainly take over the drives from the normal e-tron. These should culminate in the above-mentioned RS model with 646 hp in overboost. This should allow the car to sprint from 0 to 200 km / h in around twelve seconds and reach a top of about 230 km / h. The Range should be around 430 kilometers lie. The normal e-tron GT will probably be available from just under 100,000 euros and will be available to customers in early 2021. If a shooting brake variant should come, it should cost a few thousand more.
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