said it was bringing its E-Tron GT
L.A. Auto Show
, but now we have some teaser images of what is claimed to be the
E-Tron GT sedan
. The pictures popped up on Germany's
and show Audi's design boss Mark Lichte with the vehicle in question. It's not exactly clear from Bild's report if these images are for a concept or a production car, but it does claim the E-Tron GT Sedan will be
ready for the market
in 2020. We're inclined to believe these teasers offer a decent representation of what the production E-Tron GT sedan will be like. A few details about the sedan were also released. Supposedly, it will have a 100 kWh battery pack, good for 248 miles of range. Acceleration to 62 mph is set to happen in under 4 seconds as well.
Perhaps the most interesting tidbit of information Bild gleaned is that the E-Tron GT sedan will be built on the
platform. That being said, we might not be doing it justice by calling this the "
" platform, because Audi just might come to market with a car on it before
does. The batteries are to be located in the normal
spot: under the floor.
From what we can tell, these teasers show a sedan that's sleeker than an
. Size-wise, there's no doubt the E-Tron sedan will compete with the
Tesla Model S
. Whatever Audi has here is set to be revealed on Wednesday in L.A. We'll be there when it happens, so stay tuned for more electric Audi coverage.