Seating for one is the standard, but it'll accommodate a passenger.
Say hello to Audi's new electric supercar concept.
Three electric motors (two rear, one front) provide a net output of 671 horsepower and 612 pound-feet of torque, with occasional overboosting that bumps the power up to 764 hp.
Its 95-kWh battery has a range of over 310 miles by European measurements (WLTP cycle), and it can handle the same 800-volt charging that Porsche's upcoming Taycan will utilize.
Audi prides itself on this vehicle's complete lack of autonomy. It's a pure driver's car, and it's clear that Audi believes there will be a desire for these vehicles in the future.
The driver sits front and center in a special monocoque that includes both the seat as well as the car's controls.
But, in the event a passenger needs a ride, that entire monocoque can slide laterally to provide a more traditional driver-side seating position with room for a second person.
A transparent OLED surface in the driver's line of sight can show driving lines or navigation directions.
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