Should I Buy an Audi e-tron GT

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Should I Buy an Audi e-tron GT

With the announcement and subsequent unveiling of the Audi e-tron SUV and the Audi e-tron Sportback slated for 2019, the next electric Audi is already in the works to astound and wow drivers everywhere. Known as the electric powered Audi e-tron GT concept, this four-door coupé is uniting superior performance and sporty handling with an environmentally friendly design. Vaughan residents wanting to learn more about this daringly different all-electric vehicle should look to Pfaff Audi Vaughan to receive the latest news and updates.

Designing Greater

Carbon, aluminum, and high strength steel come together in a flat and full body, with a long wheelbase, and a sloping roofline that extends well into the rear of the vehicle, creating a newer, more modern take on the Sportback layout recognized as the hallmark of the brand.

A low center of gravity is achieved in the e-tron GT using a flat floor design, unusual for electric vehicles, but dynamically different as the battery is set into the underfloor of the car, making it the energy center of this innovative new Audi. The low drag coefficient reduces energy consumption while the low uplift adds visual character to the design.

The impressive 590 horsepower system uses separate electric motors that are fitted to the front and rear axles. Torque is transferred to the wheels using the electric quattro permanent all-wheel drive with torque vectoring. This design aims to pull off an acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h in around 3.5 seconds, with a top speed regulated to 240 km/h, as a means to maximize the range.

Designing Greener

The concept car was designed with the environment in mind, aiming to create a contemporary automotive design that brings together elegance and luxury without the use of animal-based products, using sustainable materials in their place. A sophisticated, synthetic leather is used on the seats and other trim surfaces, while recycled fibres, and sustainable Econyl yarn, a recycled fibre made from used fishing nets, is used in creating a lush, environmentally friendly, and wholly vegan interior!

Audi aims to offer twelve automobiles with the all-electric drive to the most important markets worldwide, hoping to achieve roughly one-third of its sales with electrified models. The project will be developed into volume-production models by the end of 2020, with an initial release in early 2021.

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Pfaff Audi Vaughan invited Vaughan residents and beyond to visit our dealership conveniently located at 9088 Jane Street, to view the latest Audi lineup, or to talk face to face with one of our knowledgeable representatives about the ground-breaking Audi e-tron GT!

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