The Urbansphere EV is designed for urban usage and will be available on sale in the international market in the near future. The cabin of Audi Urbansphere concept offers a minimalist look and comes equipped with Bamboo viscose fabric armrests and recycled Econyl and polyamide seats.
Dimensionally, the EV concept measures 5,500 mm in length, over 2,000 mm in width and 1,780 mm in height. The front fascia of the Audi Urbansphere is dominated by a big singleframe grille lying behind the digital lightning surface. The aluminum-finished upper and lower edges of the grille offers the three-dimensional lightning arrangement with the vertical connections formed by LEDs. The ‘Audi Light Canvas’ is the term used to describe the entire lightning singleframe surface.
Low and high beams are implemented through light segments at the outer sections of the singleframe surface and an integrated matrix LED surface at the rear. According to the reports, the Urbansphere EV will likely have the most spacious cabin which has never been seen in the Audi till now and gets a wheelbase of 3,400 mm. Following a curby mini-van design, the concept gets two-row seating and suicide doors, providing an ample headroom and knee room.
Moreover, the centre console in between the seats consists of glasses and a water dispenser. The front seats get a neatly integrated OLED transparent touch screen positioned vertically from the roof in the zone in between the seat rows. Well Audi calls it “cinema screen” which can be also used for video conferencing or to watch a movie, while even split-screen use is possible.
The EV Concept gets an integrated sensor bar that is used for switching the content, such as music, navigation and more. Also, it comes equipped with fully-reclined seats and a MMO touchless response.
Built on the Premium Platform Electric (PPE) platform, the Audi Urbansphere EV concept uses a 120 kWh battery and two electric motors, cumulatively producing a power output of 395 hp and a peak torque of 690 Nm. In addition, it also makes use of an 800V charging technology that takes around 10 minutes to charge with a fast charger and offers a drive range of 300 km, as per Audi claims.
Audi states that the 120 kWh battery takes around 25 minutes to charge from 0-80% with a regular charger and will offer a range of around 750 km.
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