Audi announced three Sphere concepts

Audi has confirmed three new concept cars to be unveiled over the next 12 months. Audi chief designer Mark Lichte describes these cars as a look into the future direction of the brand.

As the British write Auto Express, Audi Vice President Henrik Wenders calls the concept collection “spheres that provide unique high-class experiences”, pointing to the names of three vehicles: Sky Sphere, Grand Sphere and Urban Sphere. All three are likely to announce a new era of design for the brand, authored by Lichte – which has been at Audi since 2014.

Autonomy and artificial intelligence functions will play key roles in these vehicles according to Lichte “They will recognize you, listen to you and read the desires in your eyes. And they will know what you like and where you can find it “, explains Lichte.

The Sky Sphere is described as a driving car with autonomous capabilities. Although the name suggests that it could be a convertible, a simple line sketch of the car’s profile announces that it will have some kind of roof. The proportions announce a large sports car with a long bonnet. It will probably be the first concept from this range to be presented to the public, and could appear at the Pebble Beach Concours d’elegance event in California, where Audi has previously unveiled sporty, futuristic concept cars, like the PB18 e-tron.

Audi is also preparing a concept car called the Grand Sphere, which Lichte says is “all about great performances. Impressive and personal. Great high-class experience for all the senses. ”

Audi Grand Sphere

A similar sketch for the announcement reveals the look of a large sedan or sedan, and as the second model in the line, it could be timed for the unveiling at the Munich Motor Show in September 2021.

Audi Urban Sphere

The third and final model will be the Urban Sphere. It is probably a new concept of SUV, if it is possible to believe the sketches. “Together they are an expression of how we create the future,” says Lichte.

Ivan Mitic – Autoblog.rs


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