Meet the all electric Audi e-tron GT.
Yes, it sort of looks like the spawn of a really weird night between an Audi R8 and a Portia Pan-Amara and Acura's NSX, but I'm really sorta digging the results here.
This is a really stylish looking vehicle.
And those some of the conceptuality of this concept will sort of get ironed out in production.
This is in broad strokes what we should see when it reaches production in 2020.
Now however on the inside, it has a little more in common with Porches [UNKNOWN] than you'd might think, including an 800 volt fast charging system and a 90 kilowatt battery pack.
Together they can cram in an 80% charge about 200 miles of range in about 20 minutes.
That is impressive.
The battery pack powers a pair of Audi's E-Tron electric motors, one per axle and together they can price an electric version about [UNKNOWN] system.
Together they make 590 horsepower and they can launch this thing from 0 to 62 miles per hour in about 3.5 seconds.
Now that's pretty impressive acceleration.
But the top speed's been limited to around 149 miles per hour to better take advantage of the range of this thing, which is expected to be around 250 miles.
Now this grand touring lift-back design packs in some practicality as well.
As you can see it's got four doors, a long wheel base, and its lift-back design allows it to cram in around, 20 cubic feet of storage space between the rear hatch and the front trunk, because there's no gasoline engine up front.
You can expect it to reach production around the year 2020 where it will join the e-tron electric SUV.
And by the year 2020 Audi expects to have about 12 electric Quadro vehicles in its lineup.
Stay tuned to the rest of our coverage of the 2018 LA Auto Show for even more cool debuts like this one.