Audi says it will begin delivering the production version of the e-tron GT electric saloon in early 2021 after unveiling the concept at the Los Angeles Auto Show this week.

The e-tron GT stores over 90 kilowatt-hours (kWh) of electricity and has a range of over 400km (248 miles).

The concept also features two motors, four seats, 590 horsepower and the ability to accelerate from zero to just under 100km/h (60 miles per hour) in around 3.5 seconds.

Using an 800-volt charger, the e-tron GT concept can also charge to 80 per cent of its capacity in around 20 minutes.

Audi did not announce a price for the production version of the e-tron GT concept, but it is likely to compete with Tesla’s Model S saloon, which starts at US$78,000.

The Model S has a maximum range of 540km and can accelerate from zero to just under 100km/h in 2.5 seconds.

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The e-tron GT concept follows Audi’s e-tron electric SUV, which the carmaker will begin delivering to customers in the United States in the second quarter of 2019.

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The electric SUV will seat five and feature an all-wheel-drive configuration in its standard trim, according to Audi.

The carmaker has said it will have a range of around 400km, based on the European testing cycle, although it has not yet been tested by the US Environmental Protection Agency.

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This article originally appeared on  Business Insider .