Audi often organizes tours where you can test the brand’s latest models. During one of them, for 3 days, you can get behind the wheel of the most powerful electric model of the brand – the Audi RS e-tron GT. The test track passed through the Austrian Alps and included the scenic Grossglockner High Alpine Route. Unfortunately, not everyone will return home richer with fond memories.
Audi RS e-tron GT crashed in the Alps
The Grossglockner Route through the Alps rises to more than 2,500 metres. meters above sea level and covers 47.8 km unforgettable views. Since the trail is very high and leads into the Austrian Alps, it can be warm at the base, but there is a lot of snow at the top.
A sign on one of the shared photos indicates that the driver reached an altitude of 2,076 meters before crashing. As you can see, the damage is not serious. Looking at the car’s location, it seems that the Audi RS e-tron showed a lack of clarity. Passed from a bend, the car crashed into the mountainside.
The accident was so violent that the car deployed airbags. Of the visible damage, only the lower front of the car is visible.
There is no information on injuries at the moment, but it does not appear that anyone has been seriously injured. The accident occurred on the second day of the event organized by Audi.
The Audi RS e-tron GT is the brand’s most popular electric car with the four rings. It generates 598 horsepower and 830 Nm. The car accelerates to a hundred in less than 3 seconds.
Tests on clean, dry asphalt with hot tires showed that the time given by the manufacturer can be significantly improved. The base price for this model is over 600 thousand. zlotys, which means that for many it will remain a dream car.
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