Audi E-Tron GT which also includes the RS E-Tron GT shown here does have a 9.2 cubic-foot truck according to the specs. That is very small and more indicative of an Audi A5 or some other luxury coupe than a 196.1-inch long four-door sedan. Audi still calls it a coupe.
There’s also a 1.8-cubic-foot trunk. Plus, at first look, it doesn’t look that small. In fact, it looks usefully deep and wide with a height that is comparable to most larger sedans. Maybe Audi’s using some measurement that does undercut its actual capacity relative to its competitors?
Audi E-Tron – Luggage Test
With the luggage test that is doing, There are midsize roller suitcases that would need to be checking in at the airport (26 inches long, 16 wide, 11 deep), two roll-aboard suitcases that is just barely fit in the overhead (24L x 15W x 10D), and one smaller roll-aboard that fits easily (23L x 15W x 10D). I also include my wife’s overnight bag just to spruce things up a bit (21L x 12W x 12D).
That number is totally legit. This is all that could be fit inside in terms of the standard bag selection. The biggest and smallest roller bags would stay behind. However, there is some room left over, it couldn’t be bigger than the fancy bag.
From a certain angle, it sure looks like there is a lot of space that is left over. Moreover, it would be the smallest roller bag in front. Also, it is well below the parcel shelf and you would have to figure out if it would fit.
The bag is a rectangle and the back of the trunk is a triangle. The rubber stripping in the background does indicate the actual shape of the trunk. The trunk is shaping like the back end of a Porsche 911 which probably shouldn’t be surprising considering the E-Tron GT is a Porsche Taycan in Audi clothing.