Audi to unveil the activesphere EV concept on January 26.
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Audi to unveil the activesphere EV concept on January 26.

The Audi activesphere concept is the fourth addition to a line of concept vehicles that the company began showcasing in August 2021. All of these concepts feature an electric drive system and are designed to support autonomous driving.

Audi will unveil the last member of its concept vehicle family, the Audi activesphere, on January 26, 2023, during a digital event. This concept illustrates the brand’s vision for future luxury mobility and gives a glimpse into the design of future Audis. The electric crossover coupé offers maximum flexibility for active lifestyles, both on-road and off-road.

The activesphere concept will be showcased virtually at the “Celebration of Progress” event on January 26, 2023, starting at 7 PM CET. Head of Audi Brand Henrik Wenders and Head of Audi Design Marc Lichte will discuss how future Audi models will serve as personal companions while Senior Design Director Gael Buzyn will provide insight into the design of the latest member of the revolutionary sphere family of concept cars. Sid Odedra, Head of UI/UX Design, will talk about how the personalized operating concept and new digital ecosystem will enhance drivers’ active lifestyles.

The activesphere concept is the fourth model in a series of concept vehicles that Audi started revealing in August 2021. All these concepts have an electric drive system and are designed to enable autonomous driving. This technical blueprint leads to new designs, particularly in terms of the interior and opportunities for occupants to use their time productively or relax during the ride. Together, the sphere concept cars represent Audi’s vision for premium mobility in the future.

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