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Audi e-tron GT: boot space, seating & practicality

The Audi e-tron GT is practical for a sports car, but estate versions of the Porsche Taycan are even more so

Overall rating

4.0 out of 5

Boot space, seating & practicality rating

3.5 out of 5

ModelLengthWidthHeightBoot volume
e-tron GT quattro4,989mm2,158mm1,413mm405 litres
RS e-tron GT4,989mm2,158mm1,396mm350 litres

Outright interior space is not the e-tron GT's calling card: for that, Audi offers the Q8 e-tron SUV (which is itself available in high-performance e-tron S form). But the GT acquits itself well as a comfortable four-door coupe with room for adults front and back and a reasonable degree of luggage capacity.

Audi e-tron GT interior space, storage & comfort

While it's able to match two-door sports cars in terms of straightline performance and handling, the Audi e-tron GT nevertheless boasts four doors and the ability to carry four people in comfort – and a fifth individual in a pinch. Of course, it’s not cavernous inside; the very tallest occupants in the back may have issues with the sloping roofline, but features like the 'foot garage' recesses set into the floor go a long way towards making this a comfortable way of swiftly transporting four over long distances.

Boot space

Boot space in the e-tron GT is adequate rather than amazing, with 405 litres on offer in the quattro and 350 in the RS. There's also a small luggage compartment under the bonnet, giving you another 81 litres to keep a couple of squishy bags or maybe the charging cables.

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The real thorn in the e-tron GT’s side, however, is the existence of the Porsche Taycan Sport Turimso and Cross Turismo; these estate variants of the Audi’s Porsche sister car not only bring more headroom in the back, but also extra boot space whilst retaining the sporty drive.

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Hello there, I’m Tom Jervis and I have the pleasure of being the Content Editor here at DrivingElectric. Before joining the team in 2023, I spent my time reviewing cars and offering car buying tips and advice on DrivingElectric’s sister site, Carbuyer. I also continue to occasionally contribute to the AutoExpress magazine – another of DrivingElectric’s partner brands. In a past life, I worked for the BBC as a journalist and broadcast assistant for regional services in the east of England – constantly trying to find stories that related to cars!

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