Audi spoke about the premiere of several new products for FrankfurtSeptember 7, 2019
The German company announced two global presentations and several concepts in Frankfurt in September 2019.
The company will present at the international motor show in Frankfurt am Main (IAA) an excellent collection of new products, both in the field of electronic mobility, and from the line of models with conventional ICEs. At a press conference on September 10, the premiere of the Audi AI concept car: TRAIL, which will show a vision of the future electric SUV. Another model that will be released for the first time will be the new Audi RS 7 Sportback. In addition, the e-tron FE06, Audi’s new Formula E race car, will be shown.
Hildegard Wortmann, a member of the Audi Sales and Marketing Board, said the company will delight visitors with an amazing product show: more than 50% of the models at Audi’s stand are presented to viewers for the first time. The brand launches the youngest product portfolio among other premium companies in the car market.
In addition to the above, the automaker is going to present 4 models from the Audi Design team at once, which, undoubtedly, is the main star of the Audi program. There will also be a world premiere for the Audi AI SUV concept: TRAIL, which redefines the genre of electric powered SUVs and a revolutionary body.
The racing Audi e-tron FE06, which will be shown to the public for the first time, boasts updated colors and evolutionary technologies. She will first show herself in the race November 22/23 in ad-Diriya (Saudi Arabia).
The Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler team also continues to successfully collaborate with other long-standing partners: along with Schaeffler’s technology partner in charge of the drivetrain. The company will also introduce other partners: HYLA, ITK Engineering, LGT Group, KUKA, MASCOT, Riello UPS and Würth Elektronik, as well as a new member in the team – SONAX.
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