Audi Just Teased the AI:Me, Yet Another Tiresome Self-Driving Concept Car
Audi has released sketches of its new concept car called the AI:me that will be unveiled at the 2019 Shanghai Motor Show. The AI:me is Audi’s vision of a fully autonomous city car. The basic outline reminds you of the Audi A2, but with not so contemporary and conventional looks. Unlike the automaker’s last concept, the Q4 e-tron EV, this one looks like a far-fetched thought. Will it hit the production line anytime soon?
Could this be the Audi of the future? Maybe not, but it nonetheless is a very interesting design study.
Designed by noted designer Adriano Mudri, this concept study of the Audi RS7 combines an R8-inspired rear end with Lamborghini’s trademark scissor doors.
What’s more, similar to the side-plate on the Audi R8, the whole rear part of the Audi RS7, which contains the motorization, is a unique design feature that’s distinctive from its competitors. It’s aim is to make it easier and signalize the different engine configurations and compulsion varieties. Headlights with new LED- technology, which are very typical for an Audi badged car, are reduced to the maximum and "underline" the possibilities of this technology.