• The new range consists of the S e-tron GT, RS e-tron GT, and RS e-tron GT Performance.
  • All 2025 models feature the same updated 97 kWh battery pack.
  • The entry-level model churns out 670 hp, more than the old RS e-tron GT.

The Audi e-tron GT and RS e-tron GT, on sale since 2021, are both very powerful, extremely comfortable, and absolutely gorgeous. Now, the German marque has updated the e-tron GT range for the 2025 model year, and in addition to updating the base model and the RS, there’s also a new RS Performance flagship.

Underpinning the new e-tron GT family is a 97 kWh battery pack, which is 19.8 lbs (9 kg) lighter than the 84 kWh pack of the outgoing model. The regenerative braking system has also been improved, increasing from 290 kW to 400 kW and adjustable through paddle shifters behind the steering wheel. The new model can travel up to 378 miles (609 km) on a single charge under ideal conditions.

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Peak charging speeds have also been lifted from 270 kW to 320 kW, meaning the battery can charge from 10-80% in just 18 minutes, while a 10-minute top-up can add 174 miles (280 km) of range. Improvements made to the battery also mean it can maintain a charge speed of over 280 kW for far longer than the old model. The battery can also be cooled or warmed for quick charging.

Significant changes have also been made to the electric motors of the e-tron GT. The base model, now known as the S e-tron GT, features a pair of motors that combine to produce 670 hp (500 kW), more than the old RS e-tron GT. Meanwhile, power for the 2025 RS e-tron GT has been upped to 845 hp (630 kW) and the new flagship RS e-tron GT Performance delivers 912 hp (680 kW), making it the most powerful Audi ever.

With this extra power comes extra speed. The 2025 S e-tron GT demolishes the sprint to 62 mph (100 km/h) in just 3.4 seconds, just 0.1 seconds behind the outgoing RS version. Meanwhile, the new RS e-tron GT can hit 62 mph in 2.8 seconds, while the RS e-tron GT Performance does the same sprint in 2.5 seconds. The S e-tron GT will continue to pull through to 152 mph (245 km/h) while the RS models top out at 155 mph (250 km/h).

2025 Audi S e-tron GT

Audi has also fitted new brakes. The S e-tron GT comes standard with steel discs and the RS models have tungsten carbide-coated discs as standard. All 2025 models can be optioned with carbon-fiber-ceramic discs and 10-piston front calipers.

Significant upgrades have been made to the standard air suspension and the optional active suspension. The new setup promises to keep the car “nearly horizontal during dynamic braking, steering, and acceleration,” and features adjustable ride height. All-wheel steering is also an option.

Several small changes have been made to the cabin of the 2025 e-tron GT family. These include new seats, a different steering wheel, and an optional panoramic glass roof that can turn opaque with the touch of a button. The Audi virtual cockpit has also been updated and there’s a new mix of materials, including wooden inlays, Dinamica microfiber, and optional 18-way adjustable seats.

European prices for the new S e-tron GT start at €126,000 (~$135,000) and increase to €147,500 (~$158,000) for the RS e-tron GT and €160,500 (~$172,000) for the RS e-tron GT Performance.

2025 Audi RS e-tron GT