Audi e-tron GT saloon - Interior & comfort
Loaded with technology, the Audi e-tron GT’s interior design is more restrained than the exterior
Some are likely to be disappointed that the GT looks rather like a conventional Audi inside, given its stunning exterior design and the six-figure price of top versions. However, Audi's interiors are amongst the best in the business, so it's not really a hardship.
Audi e-tron GT dashboard
The car comes fully loaded with tech like a head-up display, 12.3-inch digital cockpit and a B&O sound system, along with the latest driver-assist systems.
As an EV, the e-tron GT ticks the zero-emission box but Audi’s big saloon car does more to be sustainable than just running on electricity; it also features floor mats made from recycled fishing nets and has a fully vegan interior. This uses synthetic leather that looks and feels convincing, despite its man-made properties.
Two trims are available for the standard GT, with the first getting 20-inch alloy wheels, LED headlights, MMI Navigation plus, sports seats and a panoramic sunroof as standard. The Vorsprung edition gets a different design of 20-inch wheels with black inserts, Matrix LED headlights with laser technology, 18-way adjustable vented and massaging seats, and the B&O stereo. There's also adaptive cruise control and semi-autonomous driving, along with a head-up display, while air suspension and four-wheel steering affects how the e-tron GT feels to drive.
The RS e-tron GT gets its own roster of kit, with 21-inch wheels across the board. The Carbon Black version has black exterior trim - even the Audi rings on the grille - and a striking wheel design. The range-topping RS e-tron GT Carbon Vorsprung adds night vision, a head-up display and remote self-parking.