Audi AI:Trail Concept Is A Crazy Off-Roader From The Future

Audi AI:Trail Concept Is A Crazy Off-Roader From The Future

Audi AI:Trail Concept Is A Crazy Off-Roader From The Future

Trail is a semi-autonomous electric off-road concept that Audi says is a sneak peek at an actual vehicle coming ... in 2030. Despite being powered by a high-capacity battery, the Audi AI: Trail weighs a mere 1,750kgs.

The lunar rover-looking concept is apparently previewing some of the design changes Audi has in mind for its future SUV models. Which is why there are no big screens onboard for streaming TV series or videoconferencing, instead the cabin is surrounded by broad glass surfaces to provide a clear view of the surroundings.

The vehicle is an all-wheel-drive ride using Audi quattro tech.

Audi AI:Trail Concept Is A Crazy Off-Roader From The Future

According to the company, the Hyundai 45 represents the company's autonomous, electric, and high-tech future, meant to offer passengers an emotional experience instead of just a driving experience. The battery is packaged in the floor of the vehicle, and Audi says it won't come into contact with the ground. The transparent panels on the front and sides make wonders on that frontier, as does the roof which is made nearly entirely from glass. Being lightweight and having maximum body stiffness is quite important for off-roaders, which is why the body of the Audi AI:TRAIL is made of a mixture of high-tech steel, aluminium and carbon fibre. In order to meet these requirements, the vehicle is created to reach a maximum speed of 130 km/h on the road. Audi AI:TRAIL quattro rolls on tires that have sensors inside and can regulate their air pressure depending on needs.

The vehicle also has built-in drones equipped with cameras and lights that can fly in front of it to illuminate the way and film your driving. Power is a combined 320 kilowatts and 1,000 Nm of torque.

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