The Audi A6 e-tron concept made its debut at Auto Shanghai 2021, and in addition to being just an all-electric luxury sports sedan, it has headlights that do more than just illuminate the road. Its Digital Matrix LED front headlights can be used to play video games when parked in front of a wall when recharging the battery. That’s right, it projects virtual landscapes onto the wall and the game can be controlled using a smartphone.
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When it comes to superyachts, the sky is the limit, as long as your budget it large enough. Kyron Design’s Nzuri proves that point, as it’s loaded with ultra luxurious amenities, including autonomous electric Audi SUVs. The exterior appears to be fighter jet-inspired with its sharp, angular lines, steel hull and partial fiberglass superstructure. Step inside, and you’re greeted with premium woods, marble and lots of floor to ceiling windows throughout.
The 2021 Audi RS e-tron GT prototype is the company’s latest all-electric car, and it’s a doozy. It’s based on the same electrical architecture as the Porsche Taycan Turbo S, which consists of a two-motor setup – one in the front axle and the other on the rear – that produce a combined 637 horsepower and 612 lb-ft of torque, enabling it to hit 60 mph in a mere 3.5-seconds. The 93.4 kWh battery pack could be good for over 200-miles on a single charge, paired with a four-circuit cooling system to manage temperature based on driving conditions and power levels.
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First introduced in 1998, the Audi TT is a 2-door sports car now in its third generation. The takes TT name comes from the successful motor racing tradition of NSU in the British Isle of Man TT (Tourist Trophy) motorcycle race. With that said, what if the automaker were to create a futuristic up-sized, four-door concept based on this platform? Meet the Audi GT concept by designer Jordan Gendler. In addition to the four-door model, he also envisions a race car variant.
We have seen the future of fully autonomous vehicles, and it includes the futuristic Audi AI:ME. The automaker touts it as a personal “third living space” where passengers can use eye tracking to communicate with the show car intuitively, like having it order their favorite foods. Put on a pair of VR goggles to enjoy a virtual flight across a spectacular mountain landscape. Plus, all of the technology adapts virtual content to the movements of the vehicle in real time.