In a significant milepost in the brand's journey to electric mobility, the Audi e-tron Sportback concept was unveiled at the marquee Auto Shanghai show. This exciting development comes ahead of the first Audi e-tron production model launch next year.
Setting the Sportback concept apart is its electrifying architecture tailored to the technology and the package of the electric drive – without compromising in the looks department.
In the light-coloured interior featuring four individual seats, information and interaction are just a touch away for driver and passengers. Expansive touch-sensitive screens below the central display, on the centre console and in the door trims take pride of place. The horizontal surfaces on the dashboard and the seemingly floating centre console also convey a sense of open perspectives.
The concept's lighting technology is also equally impressive. The LED-powered lights and Minuscule Digital Matrix projectors literally make their mark on the road ahead, turning light into a versatile, dynamic channel of communication with the surroundings. No surprise there – the brand with the four rings was the first in the world to adopt full LED headlights among other breakthroughs in the industry.