Audi e-Tron GT Rendered In New Colors, Including Purple

DEC 3 2018 BY MARK KANE 12

The red is quicker, but black has more range…

The grey/black Audi e-tron GT concept looks incredibly stylish, which makes the choice of any other color rather difficult, especially in some of these renders that don’t quite reflect the beauty of a particular color in reality.

Here is a gallery of images that hint at how the e-tron GT might look in some other colors, including some funky hues. The potential for this electric car is high and we are eager to see the production version in various colors.

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Audi e-tron GT concept:

  • more than 90 kWh battery
  • over 400 km (248.5 miles) of range (WLTP)
  • dual motor (PMSM) all-wheel drive with torque vectoring
  • system output: 434 kW (590 hp)
  • 0-100 km/h (62 mph) in about 3.5 seconds
  • 0-200 km/h (124 mph) in over 12 seconds
  • top speed of 240 km/h (149 mph)
  • 800 V battery system voltage
  • fast charging: 0-80% in 20-minutes
  • wireless charging at 11 kW (on-board charger is at least 11 kW)
  • 450 liters of luggage capacity plus extra 100 liters under the hood
  • 4.96-meter length, 1.96-meter width and 1.38-meter height

Hat tip to Hans!!!

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12 Comments on "Audi e-Tron GT Rendered In New Colors, Including Purple"

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Beautiful in green.

Yes, but I like the last dark-blue best.

I’ll take my Porsche Toucan in orange and with a black tip beak.

Concept = sad, Production prototype = hopeful, Production = happy.

I’m still a sucker for Audi styling. Beautiful cars with masterfully designed interiors. Electronics reliability? Yeah….nope. Somewhat worried about German electronics nightmare evolving into EV nightmare.

Was that not just a period of the 90ies? Too cheap sentral locking components, and maybe some window lift problems?

In some places in Norway, the VW Passat was renamed Passatan. .Passat and Satan mixed.
A parts supplier had designed a component using to cheap materials to cut cost.

I’ve had VWs before, and so does friends and family and it was never been electronics errors. Just parts like brakes, brake lines, exhaust and CV joints + wheel bearings.
And rust.. 20 years old, and road chemicals.


Let me introduce you to the nightmare that was my 2009 A3. The list of extremely expensive fixes that I’ve never even heard of going wrong in other cars is a good couple pages. Small sample: 1. Foot pedal electronic actuator. New footpedal….TWICE….within 12 months…and they refused to honor warrantee on the first replacement that failed 10 months later. I put 13,000 miles on and warranty on the OEM parts/repair only 1 yr/12000 miles. Same with coils. All 4 TWICE in under 12 months. Had to be towed. (yes it has 4 coils…coil on plug…no plug wires). Also refused to cover it the second time due to crappy warranty of work. thermostat. When’s the last time a thermostat went out for you? But oh it’s integrated into the water pump these days and oh you can’t change a water pump without pulling the engine. Most expensive $25 part for over $1000 I’ve ever seen. And the intake manifold…TWICE…due do faulty emissions valve actuator ($10 solenoid)….must replace the whole unit. And there had been a tsb on it extending the manufacturer warranty on it. Mine took a dive about 2000 miles past that extension and even though they’d been chasing weird… Read more »

Shaq will be thrilled!

I don’t know if it’s intentional or not, but the (fake)grille should be colored too, as it was painted in vehicle color on the concept car.

just did some quick editing on the red one.


I like the red. your change makes it even better.

Purple results in greater range.