The 2021 Audi RS E-Tron GT will use a tri-electric motor set up, reportedly boasting more than 520kW of power.
Despite the E-Tron GT being based on the all-electric Porsche Taycan, it's believed the Audi will receive an additional electric motor and more power, according to a report from UK publication Auto Express.
Along with the performance upgrades, the RS version of the E-Tron GT will feature flared wheel arches and more aggressive spoilers at the front and rear.
A 95kWh battery pack is expected to power the three electric motors, with two driving the rear wheels and one fitted to the front axle – maintaining the brand's Quattro all-wheel drive trademark.
While exact details are yet to be announced, the Audi RS E-Tron GT will likely complete the 0-100km/h sprint in around three seconds, with a potential driving range of approximately 400 kilometres.