Think looks futuristic right?☕️ Audi showed what a partly automated off-road vehicle might look like with the AI:Trail quattro concept, which it revealed at the Frankfurt auto show on Tuesday.
The concept is the fourth in a series from Audi that explore the design of future of electric vehicles. The concept has Level 4 "hands off" automated driving capability, but the driver will still need to take over when it is driven off-road and the mapping ceases to aid self-driving. A range of sensors aid the driver to make tackling rough terrain less stressful.
Audi designed the concept expecting passengers to be more focused on the scenery than the car itself, and therefore it extended the window area and cut the number of screens.The idea was to create "an intense connection to the surroundings," Marc Lichte, Audi's head of design said in a statement.
The car sits high on 22-inch wheels and has 340 mm of ground clearance to enable it to clear off-road obstacles without damaging the battery unit. The four electric motors are located close to the wheels to give four-wheel-drive capability.At 1750 kg, the car is comparatively lightweight for an electric vehicle with enough battery capacity to drive 400 km to 500 km.
Materials such as carbon-fiber, high-strength steel and aluminum bring the weight down.The interior was purposefully made to be simple both for styling reasons and to not distract from the outside world, Audi said.
The rear seats are styled like hammocks and can be removed to be used as outdoor chairs.
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