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Audi A 2.0 e-tron Concept

by Kenny Hoeschen
Audi A 2.0 e-tron Conceptzoom in

This concept car wasn’t designed by Audi, but rather by three students in the Master in Transportation and Automotive Design program in Politecnico of Milan. Sponsored by Audi, Giacomo Franceschi, Antonio Paglia, and Cem Kayserili worked for 15 months on developing the compact concept car designed to be an all-electric city car that would appeal to buyers in the 18-30 age group.

Measuring just 10.8 feet long and 5.2 feet wide, the car somehow still manages a 2+2 seating arrangement for four adults. That is partly achieved through the use of thin front seats and a minimal, unobtrusive dashboard. The car has a digital instrument panel that wraps around the steering wheel and a passenger-side OLED display. Powered by battery packs that are positioned under the floor, the plug-in rechargeable concept has a front-mounted electric motor tied to the front wheels.

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