First up, the RS E-tron GT, the 637bhp really quick version of the new battery electric E-tron GT. It costs some £110,950 before options, can crack the 0-62mph sprint in 3.3 seconds and has a range of 283 miles.
Then there's the (slightly) lesser E-tron GT Quattro, as powerful as a '60' Audi according to the Audi configurator and the company's slightly weird naming system. To you and us, that means it has up to 523bhp and a 'slower' 0-62mph time, although that still means 4.1 seconds. Its range, though, is 298 miles and it costs from £79,800 in the UK. Although that only gets you a white car with no options, so you'll add to that in no time.
Here's what they're like. Can cars which share so much with the Porsche feel that different to the Taycan? Or could they even be better than the Porsche?