2025 Audi e-tron GT Packs 912 HP, Bigger Battery, Fresh Looks

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  • The 2025 Audi e-tron GT adds a new RS performance trim that promises 680 kW of peak power, which translates to 912 hp.

  • The sleek trim shakes up the styling with a revised front fascia, lighter battery pack, and more.

  • Audi says the 2025 e-tron GT is available to order now in Europe, with US details still to come.

Following its Porsche cousin’s new look, the Audi e-tron GT is set to get a huge bump in power, a new model variant, and more for 2025. Sitting atop the Audi e-tron GT’s hierarchy in ’25 is now the e-tron GT performance, which will send 680 kW, or 912 hp, to the wheels. The e-tron GT also boasts a lighter, but dense, battery pack that helps boost range.


Like the Porsche Taycan, the e-tron GT’s top trim gets a healthy bump from more serious hardware. Formally dubbed the RS e-tron GT performance, this latest addition to the e-tron uses two electric motors to generate that 912 hp.

If you don’t opt for the performance variant of the RS, your power drops to only 844 hp. Rounding out the power figures of the ’25 e-tron is the S e-tron, which sends 671 hp to the wheels, which usurps the current RS model’s 637 hp.

Feeding the ’25 e-tron GT is apparently a larger and lighter battery pack. Audi claims weight savings of 19.8 pounds for the new battery pack, which carries 97 kWh net, which is up from the e-tron’s current 83.7 kWh capacity. Audi also revised the regenerative braking system, which now can carry a 400-kW peak.

The automaker bumped peak recharging rates to 320 kW, which can add 174 miles of range in only 10 minutes and can jump from a 10% charge to 80% in only 18 minutes in ideal conditions.

While details about the US range are to come, you can probably expect a few more miles from the e-tron GT with its larger battery pack than the current 249 miles offered on the RS e-tron.

Easily setting this ’25 e-tron GT apart from the current models is the revised front fascia. The new nose looks more aggressive and features revised air curtains to help move the air around the front wheels more efficiently. There’s also a new 20-inch wheel design on S and RS models and a 21-inch wheel option that is inspired by the AVUS Quattro’s wheels.

On the inside, drivers are greeted with a flat-bottom steering wheel. The S e-tron model now comes standard with 14-way power adjustable seats and can be ordered with a leather-free interior option. The RS e-tron can replace those with 18-way adjustable massaging seats as a cost option.

All of this rides on the standard two-chamber, two-valve adjustable air suspension, which promises less dive and roll while also helping you better negotiate bumps. Audi also says the system can raise 55 mm, or 2.16 inches, in only a matter of seconds.

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As far as how much this will set you back in the US, that information is locked away in an Audi office.

In Europe, the ’25 Audi e-tron GT will start at €126,000, or $134,889. Currently, the most affordable e-tron GT in the United States starts at $108,590, so you should probably brace for a price bump.

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