The Audi Grandsphere is a large, small-scale preliminary study conducted by Audi. This study revolves around an electric propulsion system and a quite interesting level 4 range. Apart from this, it is very similar to the skysphere concept revealed by the German manufacturer. This model can hide the pedals and steering wheel automatically. Additionally, the Grandsphere omits the traditional dashboard to ensure that the interior offers a spacious salon. According to the company, the technology used in Grandsphere will also be used in future models.

In addition, the Grandsphere reshapes the cabin and offers escape controls. Although it is a minimalist design, it features neutral colors, synthetic fabrics, metals, and wool. The interior is attractive and comfortable enough that you can keep driving for miles without getting tired.

In addition to allowing you to handle your routine tasks such as picking up passengers, charging the battery, and parking automatically, the vehicle comes with lane identification technology. With this technology, the car anticipates an approaching passenger and opens the doors automatically. Furthermore, you can also choose individual profile settings based on each user. Plus, you can also adjust custom comfort features like seat adjustment, climate control, and audio control, just to name a few.

The space between the front seats has a compact refrigerator that allows you to store a bottle of soda and two glasses of champagne. In addition, the doors come with a contactless MMI response. When you are behind the wheel, you can use this feature to choose between different functions and menus. Also, the armrests have virtual reality glasses. They can be used in combination with the car’s infotainment system. Additionally, the Grandsphere comes with touch, inking, voice, gesture, and eye-tracking controls.

The vehicle is based on Premium Platform Electric (PPE). The battery can store 120 kWh of energy. Additionally, two electric motors drive both axles and produce 711 hp and 708 lb-ft of torque. This is the reason why the large sphere can reach a speed of 100 km / h in around 4 seconds, according to the manufacturer.

With 800-volt charging technology, the vehicle allows you to drive 186 miles in just 10 minutes once charged. Depending on power output and drive system configuration, the Grandsphere gives you a range of more than 466 miles on a single charge.

Without a doubt, this new installment is great on all sides. The vehicle’s wheelbase dwarfs the wheelbase of the Audio A8. The manufacturer wraps a stretched body around the 23-inch wheels and adds other details like a hexagonal-style grille instead of the regular single-frame design, a fastback roof line, taillights and LED headlights.

This vehicle allows you to enjoy comfortable driving on the highway. Furthermore, this concept offers more than a means to get you from one place to another. Let’s see what happens in the future, since only the future can decide the fate of this new concept.

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