German auto manufacturer Audi has given car fans a preview of what its first production electric sedan could look like.
The e-tron GT, a concept car, was unveiled at the LA Auto Show in California on Wednesday; it continues Audi’s fight to wrest electronic car sales from U.S. rival Tesla.
The car, set to arrive in showrooms in 2021, is to be powered by a 590-brake-horsepower motor and should reach 60 miles per hour in less than 3.5 seconds.
The 90-kilowatt hour lithium ion battery in the GT concept can be charged either by using a cable or by wireless induction.
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