SPIED: Audi e-tron GT Production Car Caught Testing for First Time

Audi e-tron GT

Just yesterday, we compared the Audi e-tron GT Concept with the all-new BMW i4 Concept, as the latter made its official debut on the same day. The reason we used the Concept cars is because that’s all we’ve had to go by. Since the e-tron GT Concept made its official reveal last year, we haven’t seen anything else from Audi about it. Until now, that is, as some new spy photos have surfaced, showing off the e-tron GT in full production-guise, just covered in camouflage. (We don’t own the spy photos but see them here)


Typically, production cars look less exciting than their concept car variants. However, the Audi e-tron GT seen in these photos looks fantastic and it’s completely covered in heavy camouflage. Imagine how good it’s going to look once it ditches the camo?

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In these photos, we can see the silhouette of the car, its headlights, some of its taillights and even a new active spoiler. From what we can see, the e-tron GT is going to be a real stunner. It obviously looks a lot like the Concept on which it’s based but that’s no bad thing. And there’s clearly some Porsche Taycan in its design but, again, that’s not a bad thing. Actually, I think the Audi will look better than the Porsche.


The Audi e-tron GT is low, sleek and sporty looking. Its rear haunches look muscular and aggressive, while its low roof and hood-line give it a very athletic look. The sculpting visible in its hood also looks great.

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One new feature we’ve yet to see until now is its active spoiler. As you can see in these new photos, the e-tron GT will feature an active spoiler that raises and lowers at speed. Whoever’s testing this car is likely driving quite slowly, due to the snow on the ground, so the spoiler is likely up for testing duty and not for speed.


We can’t wait to see the Audi e-tron GT when it finally makes its reveal. While Audi hasn’t released an exact date, our sources have told us to keep an eye on December, 2020. Will do, Audi. Will do.

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[Source: Motor1]
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Nico DeMattia

I've been in love with cars since I was a kid, specifically German cars. Now I get to drive them talk about them on the internet.