Audi doesn’t have a brand linked to road trips, but that hasn’t stopped the mechanic from picking up some dirt with its new project at the 2019 Frankfurt Photography Show. The Audi AI: Way (maybe a little more than a mouthful of German?) an all-electric, all-car for the future of outdoor travel.
Before getting used to the symptoms, keep in mind that this is a common topic, and may or may not be intended to work. That said, Audi, parent company, Volkswagen, says it will fit the electrical cycle system introduced earlier this year – so who knows?
AI: The Way is the fourth Audi -specific design project, formerly Audi AI: Child, IA: To me, Y AI: Lace. There are definitely “all and sundry” types: large, small-22-inch wheels; a powerful platform with 400 to 500 kilometers (248.5 to 310.7 miles) of highway; large, cozy embrace; rear-facing chairs; a telephone port on the steering pole; suicide door; and Level 4 streets have special powers (i.e., the car can drive within a defined geographic area).
AI: a four-engine powertrain with an output of 320 kilowatts and a maximum weight of 1,000 Newton-meters (737.6 lb-ft). This can be made even more so by walking through a hill or a gravel road on the road.
Trying to maintain autonomy in a road vehicle is a dream come true, but Audi explains that AI: The self-driving system is not intended to be used simply the way it has been. beat – to enhance driving experiences for other natural environments.
“The data on friction and slip, value and acceleration value of the electric side provide the electrical components needed to optimize the stability of the driver,” Audi says.
Oh, did I mention that this thing is drones for light bulbs? Let Audi explain here:
Instead of small beams and high beams, the Audi AI: PATH is connected to five rotorless, triangular, integrated electric-powered drones with an LED projector. They can be mounted on the roof rack or on the roof of the vehicle and connected to the primary load devices.
The ones flying are Audi Light of the Conquerors, which make their way as the non-scalpel riders make their way. Thanks to its simple lightweight design, it can run ahead of AI: TRAIL, which is a little more labor intensive, and illuminates the path ahead, completely replacing the headlights. If desired, the cameras are instructed to produce a video image that can be streamed to the driver’s front screen via Wi-Fi, turning the Pathfinders into a face to the sky.
Yes, that’s right: drones flying in front of the vehicle to light the way. Excessive? Tino. Invalid? Yes. Still rad like hell? You gamble.