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The Most Common Audi e-tron GT Symbols

These are the most common dashboard symbols that you will see in your Audi e-tron GT. Click on one to see more information or scroll further down to see the link to the owner's manual where you can find even more symbols.

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About the e-tron GT

The Audi e-tron GT is the sportier and better-performing version of the company’s flagship electric vehicle. First released in 2020, the e-tron GT offers a refreshing alternative to top competitors like the Tesla Model S and Jaguar I-Pace, by offering excellent handling and performance. Although, the GT doesn’t improve on the original model in terms of driving range and steering.

The 2022 e-tron GT is the first of its kind, joining the rest of the line-up like the e-tron SUV and e-tron Sportback. It aims to offer better performance all-around, but it does come with a considerably higher price tag. In fact, the top-level GT is probably too expensive for most individuals to consider.

The base-level GT comes with a set of motors that produce 522 horsepower. This is a significant upgrade over the regular e-tron and is more than enough for everyday tasks. Although, if you’re looking for something even more powerful, the RS spec will deliver 637 horsepower. The GT’s performance is simply excellent, and is also easy to use, thanks to a one-pedal system. In fact, the RS will even get to 60 in under 3 seconds, which is seriously quick.

Overall ride of the e-tron is a mix of positives and negatives. On the one hand, the suspension is excellent, and it will feel like you’re driving on clouds when you drive on the tarmac. However, the steering is incredibly light, which can make driving at higher speeds very scary, as one twitch of the wheel can have big effects. Luckily, the brakes are phenomenal and can stop the GT in an instant.

The GT doesn’t fix the original e-tron’s biggest problem of driving range. You can expect the recharge warning light to flash up frequently, as the quoted range is less than 250 miles.