Audi's new flagship, the E-Tron GT, shares the electric vehicle architecture that underpins the Porsche Taycan, an EV that also falls under the aegis of Volkswagen Group, one of the world's largest automakers.
The E-Tron GT features a layout and electric powertrain similar to the Taycan, but the styling and infotainment system are distinctively Audi.
All E-Tron GT models feature all-wheel drive.
In performance-oriented RS trim, combined output from the front and rear motors is 637-horsepower, which Audi says is capable of launching the car from 0 to 60 mph in 3.1 seconds on its way to a top speed of 155 mph.
EPA range estimates are not yet available for the E-Tron GT, but Audi's estimates are 238 miles for the base model and 231 miles for the RS.