Audi reveals the 2016 Audi H-Tron Quattro Concept, a hydrogen-fueled version of the recent E-Tron Quattro concept. The new fuel-cell powertrain gives the advanced crossover an approximated range of 372.8 miles on the European pattern, and the firm claims that the solar panel that covers the roof covering could allow motorists redeem 621 miles of range annually from the sun’s rays.
2016 Audi H-Tron Quattro Concept Engine
The 2016 Audi H-Tron Quattro-s powertrain gain from both the fuel cell and a lithium-ion battery for an additional improvement. The hydrogen system alone could produce 148 horse power, and three tanks under the traveler compartment come with the energy. The battery could additionally offer enough power for an added 134 hp for short durations. Its integrated torque rating of 406 pound-feet is impressive. The Audi places the power down via electric motors at the front and also back axle to allow for an energized version of Quattro four-wheel drive, and also the car manufacturer asserts the idea could accelerate to 62 miles each hr in less than 7 seconds.
Size-wise, the idea rests between the existing Q5 and the Q7, successfully supplying the format for the Q6 version line. The proportions remember the Prologue idea of 2014, however with much fussier outlining that doesn’t constantly seem to function. It implements a growth of the Q7’s air-suspension system and also rides on 22-inch wheels. The h-tron additionally plays host to Audi’s future lighting explorations, with a mix of organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) and matrix LEDs for the fronts lights.
2016 Audi H-Tron Quattro Concept Interior
The interior of the 2016 Audi H-Tron Quattro Concept has a light and also open feel to it; its style merges harmoniously with the operating and display screen principle. The 3 big displays in front of the vehicle driver are created making use of OLED technology– their paper films could handle virtually any kind of form. There are also 2 touch display screens along with the main Audi digital cockpit curved OLED. The motorist manages the lights and the systems for piloted driving with the left one. The huge screen on the right is for handling media and navigation, and also presents the drive system’s operating standings. The steering wheel works as a further control degree. Its spokes are outfitted with contoured touch areas.
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