Audi’s newest concept car, debuting at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas during the 7th to the 9th of this month, features a ton of new technological advancements that could change our automotive future.
For example, the headlights, which are matrix LEDs with laser lights shaped into its trapezoidal fixtures, giving them double the luminosity of existing LED headlights. A state-of-the-art touchscreen controls the infotainment and climate from the cockpit,all of which uses advanced 3D graphics powered by an NVIDIA processor.
Engine-wise, the Sport Quattro Laserlight uses a plug-in hybrid drive and a bi-turbo four-liter V8 engine, giving you the option to drive in EV for up to 94 mpg, hybrid, or full-combustion. It accomplishes a lot of this because of its lightweight frame: aluminum or carbon fiber, while the engine system is capable of 700 horsepower and nearly 600 pound feet of torque — in essence, this is a very tempting and nearly perfect coupe, on paper at least.