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Debuting at the 2019 Shanghai Motor Show, the Audi AI:Me concept is a self-driving city car of the future.
The compact car features a surprisingly long wheelbase and a tall greenhouse, affording it plenty of cabin space in its subcompact footprint.
Audi has placed an emphasis on low-speed mobility with the AI:Me, which will spend most of its time at city speed.
A 168-horsepower electric motor motivates the rear wheels.
A 65-kilowatt hour battery pack should, according to Audi, be good enough for most around town trips.
The AI:Me is capable of Level 4 autonomous driving, meaning that it can drive itself without any aid from a human under certain conditions.
The concept features a retractable steering wheel and pedals that can hide away during autonomous driving.
Special attention was paid to the concept's cabin, which is designed to be a sort of living room on wheels.
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