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The moment of truth:
Formula E driver Lucas di Grassi tests production-based RS e-tron GT
- Strong, reproducible acceleration thanks to sophisticated thermal management
- High tech in the chassis: air suspension, damper control and all-wheel steering
- Lucas di Grassi: “Sustainability is based on technological innovation”
A late-summer day in Neuburg an der Donau. Parked in front of the building of Audi’s Competence Center Motorsport is a production-based RS e-tron GT, surrounded by four men. Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler’s Formula E driver and champion of the 2016/17 season Lucas di Grassi is engaged in a discussion with three e-tron GT developers: Dennis Schmitz from Audi, Jaan-Mattes Reiling from Audi Sport GmbH and Christian Schröder from development partner PSW, an Audi subsidiary.