- Electrifying acceleration of 0-100 km/h in 3.3 seconds for the RS e-tron GT and fast-charging up to 270 kW capacity across the e-tron GT portfolio.
- Audi Lebanon is progressing towards the future through strategic partnerships with Siemens and Mzaar Ski Resort.
- A new era of Gran Turismo: The e-tron GT hits the mark with a perfect balance between sportiness, comfort and sustainability; booking is now open.
Audi Lebanon introduced the all-new Audi e-tron GT quattro and RS e-tron GT. Primed for the road ahead, the electric Gran Turismos are the embodiment of Audi’s vision for the future of mobility and serve as halo models for Audi’s ever-growing electric portfolio.
Progress, craftsmanship, and a passion for high performance come together in the Audi e-tron GT quattro and its RS counterpart, with both models featuring exhilarating launch control, boosting the cars’ ability to deliver up to 530 Hp on the e-tron GT quattro, and 646 Hp on the RS, putting extraordinary power at the driver’s fingertips.
In both models, the interior features an elegant instrument panel with driver orientation and “monoposto character” taken straight out of the R8 supercar, giving the driver a feeling of open, yet controlled space within the cockpit. Drivers have a low seating position and wide centre console.
The chassis includes features such as adaptive three-chamber air suspension and an electronic differential lock on the rear axle. Matrix LED headlights with Audi laser light come as standard in the RS version while a number of options are available, including up to 21-inch wheels and all-wheel steering.
And since the dynamic work of art must also sound good, Audi has composed a unique soundtrack for the e-tron GT- one that is powerful and progressive, emanating from speakers integrated within the vehicle’s architecture, and changing as its driving behavior changes. Another automotive first – just as expected from the brand with the four rings.
The e-tron GT quattro has a range of up to 488 kilometres, while the RS e-tron GT has a range of up to 472 kilometres (in accordance with the WLTP). This is made possible by the battery which has a net capacity of 83.7 kWh. The e-tron GT only needs 22.5 minutes on a high-power charging (HPC) column for a typical charge of 5% to 80%. This makes the e-tron GT efficiently sporty, and offers a 100 km range on a five minute charge.
Carsten Bender, Managing Director, Audi Middle East commented: “The introduction of the Audi e-tron GT quattro and RS e-tron GT marks an exciting time for the brand in the Lebanon.
Our current momentum to electrify the region is great and we are looking forward to working with strong partners and collaborations such as Siemens to provide the best possible charging solutions for our customers.”
Maya El Khoury, General Manager, Audi Lebanon mentioned “We have been an exclusive representative for Siemens since 1952, with many years of experience and innovative high-performance products, which makes us proud to announce our partnership with Siemens for providing charging stations & home solutions.
Our aim is to bring you closer to the Audi brand. And this event marks the start of a long-term partnership with Mzaar Ski Resort.”
The Audi e-tron GT quattro and RS e-tron GT are now available to be reserved for the extraordinary.