Naturally, there are plenty of driver-assist technologies to safely navigate congested city streets and highways. In Europe, Audi pre sense front, pre sense basic, and lane departure warning are standard. For an added cost, customers can spec night vision, a surround-view camera system, adaptive cruise control, and remote parking. The latter system can enable the driver to park the GT using the myAudi smartphone app.
As for pricing, the range begins with the e-tron GT quattro Premium Plus at $99,900, followed by the Prestige at $107,100. The high-performance RS e-tron GT tops the lineup with an MSRP of $139,900. However, the e-tron GT may qualify for federal tax incentives of up to $7,500. The new e-tron GT is slated to make its way to the US this summer.