For reference, the Taycan produces up to 563 hp and 479 lb-ft of torque in the entry-stage 4S and up to 750 hp and 774 lb-ft of torque in the assortment-topping Turbo S. Spy photographs have also demonstrated Porsche is developing a Cross Turismo wagon edition of the Taycan, so we would like to see a shooting brake edition of the e-tron GT sign up for the lineup.
Initially, the Audi e-tron GT was predicted to debut in spring 2020, but the world wide pandemic has delayed Audi’s strategies. Perhaps, it could debut at the 2020 LA Car Display in November, two many years just after the authentic e-tron GT principle was unveiled. Not like other motor reveals, the LA Car Display is yet to be canceled. The output edition of the e-tron GT is predicted to go on sale late up coming year.