Here's Audi's Porsche Taycan twin in more detail inside, out and under the skin.
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After a lengthy drip-feed of teasers, leaks and official information, the 2021 Audi E-Tron GT made its full debut earlier this week, looking near-identical to the concept of the same name unveiled at the Los Angeles motor show (remember those?) in late 2018.

Due in Australian Audi showrooms in the third quarter, two all-wheel-drive-only variants (E-Tron GT Quattro and RS E-Tron GT) will be offered, both riding on the Porsche Taycan's J1 platform, and featuring a 93.4kWh (gross, with 85kWh usable) battery enabling a 488km WLTP range.

While you can read our full story here for all the details, let's run through the headline numbers: up to 475kW/830Nm in the flagship RS, capable of a 3.3-second 0-100km/h sprint, all underpinned by an 800-volt electrical architecture with 270kW DC fast charging.

Matching its neck-snapping performance claims is a stunning and sleek concept-like shape, penned under the leadership of Audi design boss Marc Lichte. Keen for a closer look? Check out the curated gallery below of the best images from this week's reveal.