Audi is still not done with its self-driving concept EV. Audi recently revealed that its fourth Sphere concept is the Activesphere.
“This Audi activesphere concept is the name of the fourth model in the concept car family that Audi has introduced since August 2021,” the company wrote on its website, quoted Monday, August 22.
According to the information shared, this car not only has electric drive, but is also designed to be able to drive automatically or self-driving.
Unlike before, the company claims that this fourth EV will have a completely new design, especially in the interior.
“Audi’s scope concept cars collectively showcase a vision of future premium mobility,” the company added.
The full debut of the Audi Activesphere concept will begin in early 2023. The company will also offer maximum variability for an active lifestyle, both indoors and outdoors.
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Audi will begin exhibiting its fourth model alongside the previously announced three member spheres namely the Skysphere (August 2021), Grandsphere (September 2021) and Urbansphere SUV (April 2022) at Monterey Car Week in California during this August.
Based on Engadget’s notes, they are centered around cabin-like living rooms and ambitious performance. The Grandsphere and Urbansphere, for example, have a claimed 466-mile range.