This concept once again presents the image of a luxury GT that you don't need to drive. During Monterey Car Week in August, the team showed off the Sky, which has gone from a sports car to an autonomous cruiser, increasing the wheelbase as driver control moves away from the wheelbase. We'll see the Urbansphere soon (maybe it's pressed), but today it's the grandsphere sedan's turn. And no, none of the names are capitalized.
The big Earth doesn't need to change the shape of the body. The car is long enough so that there is always enough space inside, no matter who is driving it. At first glance, this car looks like a big thunderbolt, but it performs an optical illusion. The base of the windshield is located in front of the A-pillar and bends approximately to the front axle.
In the front, the Audi signature windshield (actually called a monocoque) is no longer real, there is a grille, so it's the big Audi world. Even in our video sessions, the monocoque looked like a show thanks to the way it was lit from the inside, and thus from the rest of the car. (Save the CGI plots for Ted Lasso; the car is a full-bodied concept.)
This is probably the biggest concept I've ever seen that deals with the trick of being four. Seating and 2+2 chairs at the same time. This vehicle is over 17 feet (5.3 meters to be exact) in length and you can see from the pictures of the doors open that the rear looks spacious. But the double seat also looks a bit simple. Announcements
Instead, all attention is focused on the front seats. Audi says automatic driving allows the car to breach the usual arrangement of large luxury sedans, where the rear seat is a place to stretch and rest. ; The phrase "first class" appears seven times in the briefing. I wonder if the effect is the same without the careful cabin crew asking the passengers if they want to eat or drink. Instead, screens on the wood veneer are entertained by physical control or gesture and tracking options as a way to interact with informational entertainment. (There are also hidden VR windows in the door panels, indicating Audi's contribution to chloride.) When it comes to human driving, the wheel sticks out of the cabin behind the dashboard.
Most of this is the next electric Audi A6 e-tron, which is due to launch in late 2022. While I'm not sure if there's any suggestion the concept is ever bigger, Audi says the car will be used PPE electric vehicle platform of the future. The company even shared some specifications - “about” 120 kWh of battery power and a total output of 530 kW and 960 Nm from a pair of electric motors (one for each axle).
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