Audi showed at CES 2020 what it can do based on the electric VW ID.3 EVJanuary 7, 2020
The all-electric Audi AI: ME concept was unveiled in Las Vegas. It was already shown at the Shanghai Motor Show in 2019, but now the company has given free rein to designers to create the interior.
As part of the ongoing CES 2020 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, the Audi AI: ME concept car was unveiled. It is based on the new modular MEB platform, which will become the basis for the future electric hatchback VW ID.3 and Seat El Born. Dimensions, design and technical equipment are comparable, but Audi designers have worked on the design of the exterior and interior.
The main feature was the interior. Designers tried to embody the hospitality and relaxing effect of home comfort in a compact car. This has been made possible through the use of autonomous driving systems.
In addition, Audi introduced a number of other technologies. A mixed-reality 3D display, developed in collaboration with Samsung, was presented at the booth. Another novelty is Audi’s Intelligent Experience navigation system with artificial intelligence to enhance safety and comfort.
In addition to the AI: ME concept and the aforementioned technologies, the Q4 e-tron and E-Tron Sportback were also presented at the Audi CES booth.
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