Audi has unveiled their latest concept car at the IAA 2019 motor show, the Audi AI:TRAIL quattro, the car is being shown off in Frankfurt.
The new Audi AI:TRAIL quattro comes with an interesting design and features, it has 22 inch wheels and is designed to be used on rough terrain.
The four-seater Audi AI:TRAIL quattro combines the capacity for automated driving with superb off-road capabilities. The glass surrounding the cabin extends all the way to ground level, providing unrivaled all-round visibility. The ample battery capacity ensures sufficient range even away from dense networks of charging stations.
The “Trail” part of the name evokes the idea of exploring nature. That is why there are no big screens on board for streaming TV series or videoconferencing; instead, broad glass surfaces provide a clear view of the surroundings. This is how Marc Lichte, Audi’s Head of Design, describes the use case: “With the AI:TRAIL, we are showing an off-road concept with an emissions-free electric drive for an innovative driving experience away from paved roads. Consistent with this, we designed a monolithic basic vehicle body with maximum glazing to create an intense connection to the surroundings. A concept for sustainable mobility on demand.”
You can find out more information about the new Audi AI:TRAIL quattro over at Audi at the link below.