The RS e-tron GT features striking design elements, and its Tactical Green color stands out as a favorite. Its pronounced shoulders and clean lines give it a poised and aggressive stance. However, rear passengers may find the cabin a bit tight, particularly due to the sloping roofline, which limits headroom. The interior boasts exceptional build quality, plush materials, and a clean, driver-focused layout. One unique feature discussed is the digital side mirrors, which can be switched for conventional side mirrors. The review notes the potential drawbacks of digital mirrors, such as vulnerability to damage in certain driving conditions.

With 637 ponies and 830 NM of torque delivered through a dual electric motor and two-speed gearbox, the RS e-tron GT boasts some impressive figures. It can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.3 seconds, making it a formidable contender in the electric car market. However, as any car enthusiast will tell you, the true test of a car's worth goes beyond what's written on the spec sheet. The RS e-tron GT comes loaded with advanced features for its driving dynamics, including rear-wheel steering, an adaptive suspension system, and a controlled rear differential lock, all integrated into Audi's renowned Quattro all-wheel drive system. These features promise an exhilarating driving experience on the track, but how does it compare to its German electric cousin, the Porsche Taycan?

Electric cars are no longer a novelty, and the Audi RS e-tron GT is here to prove that they are not just about eco-friendliness but also driving excitement. In a recent track test on Sepang, this electric powerhouse proved to be more than just a green machine, it's a high-performance luxury car that's ready to take on the competition.

The track test starts with an impressive launch control demonstration, showcasing the car's blistering acceleration. But what follows is a revelation – the RS e-tron GT, despite its substantial 2.2-ton weight, handles remarkably well. Thomas Yap finds that it handles corners with precision, offers sharp steering, and, surprisingly, is more comfortable to drive aggressively than the Porsche Taycan. However, with is a bit of understeer, the adaptive suspension and rear-wheel steering has enhanced the driving experience. While the RS e-tron GT isn't a hardcore sports car, it shines on the track, allowing drivers to achieve impressive lap times with ease. The electronic driving aids make it accessible for drivers of varying skill levels, demonstrating that powerful electric cars can be both thrilling and approachable.

Whether in its RS or Quattro variant, impresses on the track with its blend of power, handling, and comfort. It offers a dynamic and enjoyable driving experience, while its striking design and luxurious interior add to its appeal. With the electric car landscape evolving, the RS e-tron GT is proof that eco-friendly cars can be fun and thrilling to drive. If you're looking for an electric car that doesn't compromise on performance, the Audi RS e-tron GT is certainly worth considering. It combines the best of Audi's engineering expertise with the future of sustainable mobility.



Audi RS e-tron GT