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NEW Audi e-tron GT coming out in 2020 - Is this EV the Tesla Model S Killa?


 
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 5 months ago '05        #1
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ice wolf 564 heat pts564
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NEW Audi e-tron GT coming out in 2020 - Is this EV the Tesla Model S k*lla?
 

 

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 5 months ago '04        #2
thegod 
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sh*t is beautiful. Everything I read yesterday said deliveries will be early 2021, prouduction 2020, though.

Based on what Audi is saying, this is as close to production as any car they took to car shows. If they don't do what Porsche did to the Mission E concept/Taycan and water it down, I'm copping this bi*ch.

I'm reserving excitement until I see the production version.
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 5 months ago '04        #3
ScaledAt10 1 heat pts
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Wow

 5 months ago '07        #4
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I'd give my left nut for this.

 5 months ago '04        #5
xbossxplayax 
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Urus, Q8
Q7, Cayenne, Bentayga
The 3rd gen Con-GT, Panamera
Taycan and now this

VW really mastered exponentially growing “new” models from platform sharing

First the new R8 cannibalizing Huracan, so they gon k*ll it; i wonder what this ones gonna do to taycan
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 5 months ago '08        #6
flav 2 heat pts
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 xbossxplayax said
Urus, Q8
Q7, Cayenne, Bentayga
The 3rd gen Con-GT, Panamera
Taycan and now this

VW really mastered exponentially growing “new” models from platform sharing

First the new R8 cannibalizing Huracan, so they gon k*ll it; i wonder what this ones gonna do to taycan
100% true

The only advantage for hands-on buyers is accessing sharing parts from cheaper models

 5 months ago '04        #7
LovinPavan 1 heat pts
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price point?

 5 months ago '04        #8
nwking 62 heat pts62
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Car has to be in the same ball park as the Tesla model s it can't be 20 to %30 more. 4 door model maybe ?
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 5 months ago '05        #9
FalconBuddha 23 heat pts23
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Man this looks nice, really want to get excited about it, but I know I'll never be able to afford it so ....
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 5 months ago '17        #10
myPOWER 3 heat pts
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Why does the next product gotta be another product k*ller? sh*t never works - like ever.

Do you know how many times the "iPhone k*ller" term has been used? All this pretty much guarantees is that the iPhone ain't going anywhere.

This doesn't look like competition to the Model S at all in terms of design. It appears smaller and more aggressive + the P100D has better specs. Range on this is 250 miles...

I'd imagine it'd be a competitor to the Tesla Roadster - which would completely take a sh*t on this.

These companies are so stuck in their old ways, they're still making front bumpers with the idea that there needs to be airflow into an engine bay.

Horrible from a design POV.

Rear looks nice.


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 4 months ago '04        #11
Mr_Plenty 
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 myPOWER said
Why does the next product gotta be another product k*ller? sh*t never works - like ever.

Do you know how many times the "iPhone k*ller" term has been used? All this pretty much guarantees is that the iPhone ain't going anywhere.

This doesn't look like competition to the Model S at all in terms of design. It appears smaller and more aggressive + the P100D has better specs. Range on this is 250 miles...

I'd imagine it'd be a competitor to the Tesla Roadster - which would completely take a sh*t on this.

These companies are so stuck in their old ways, they're still making front bumpers with the idea that there needs to be airflow into an engine bay.

Horrible from a design POV.

Rear looks nice.
Lol why are you so mad?
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 4 months ago '04        #12
deziking 116 heat pts116
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Jaguar has one but its only electric nothing close to tesla with auto pilot and sh*t.

 4 months ago '04        #13
bw5011 5 heat pts
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 flav said
100% true

The only advantage for hands-on buyers is accessing sharing parts from cheaper models
Yeah but if you can afford a Hurican or R8, you probably not fu*king with parts that are. Not oem
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 4 months ago '04        #14
kontrast 
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Beautiful car but sh*t specs. They’ll be putting out a worse EV in 2021, than Tesla has on the market TODAY.
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 4 months ago '11        #15
Mr X 19 heat pts19
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It's a concept. It won't look like that if it makes production


The Porsche Mission E looks how it looks and now the production Taycan looks dumbed down


If it does make production Audi doesn't have a global charging network established. Nor Autopilot. Nor a leader like Elon Musk


$35 Model 3 is coming mid 2019. I'm getting that and even when I have more $$$ I will not get an Audi EV over a Tesla. I will not support a company that has lied to the public with emissions cheating devices. Making EV's is the only good they can do.


Tesla is leading the EV revolution and has changed the auto industry.


I will forever support Tesla and Elon. Monumental times we are in.


The more EV's the better. I hope Audi makes this s*xy EV and starts taking electrification more serious. Only then I may have some respect.

 4 months ago '15        #16
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 myPOWER said
Why does the next product gotta be another product k*ller? sh*t never works - like ever.

Do you know how many times the "iPhone k*ller" term has been used? All this pretty much guarantees is that the iPhone ain't going anywhere.

This doesn't look like competition to the Model S at all in terms of design. It appears smaller and more aggressive + the P100D has better specs. Range on this is 250 miles...

I'd imagine it'd be a competitor to the Tesla Roadster - which would completely take a sh*t on this.

These companies are so stuck in their old ways, they're still making front bumpers with the idea that there needs to be airflow into an engine bay.

Horrible from a design POV.

Rear looks nice.
I'd be making futuristic classic vehicles. Think Final Fantasy type, I'd have a menacing coupe like Batman villian hood length, 3 row cars, wild ish.

 4 months ago '05        #17
stayfocus18 28 heat pts28
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 kontrast said
Beautiful car but sh*t specs. They’ll be putting out a worse EV in 2021, than Tesla has on the market TODAY.
I think a lot of ppl are missing this fact. All these car companies talking about 2020-2021 and it can't compete with the tech in a tesla today... what you think tesla is going to do? they are just gonna continue to extend their lead.

 4 months ago '05        #18
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shot looks like it would fold like a beach chair during a crash

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