Audi Sport’s Managing Director, Julius Seebach told Autocar that there will be an RS-branded E-tron GT car! Seebach has not shared any details about the possible specs of the RS model. All we know for sure is that the GT is based on the same Porsche Taycan platform. We can be certain the RS version will not match the performance of the top Porsche Taycan Turbo S model
Moreover it’s “Possible” there will be an all-electric Audi R8 too. Carscoopes reports:
The R8 E-Tron will also make a comeback, according to the British publication, in a limited number that should launch in late 2020. It will look similar to the model presented in 2015, which packed two rear-mounted electric motors for a total output of 456 hp and 679 lb-ft (921 Nm) of torque, and had a maximum 280-mile (450-km) range.