Audi unveiled the Allroad Shooting Brake Concept at Detroit. The presentation Allroad Shooting Brake Concept was made by Ulrich Hackenberg, head of the research and development team of the company. The car gives us a small foretaste of the future design identity of the German company, with many features that will be used for the next generation of TT.
Audi describes it as a sporty, compact and versatile allroad crossover car with a Shooting Brake style which is not limited to paved roads. It has a length of 4.2 meters, width of 1.85 meters, it is 1.41 meters long and it has a wheelbase of 2.51 meters. It is painted blueand it features thin LED lights. The body is made of aluminum and CFRP, as well as it’s with 19 inch wheels, wearing tires measuring 255/40.It is equipped with a hybrid set producing 408 hp, having an average fuel consumption of just 1.9 liters/100km it emits 45 g/km of CO2 and it has a total range of 820 km.
It combines the 2.0 TFSI producing 292 hp with 380 Nm of torque and two electric motors. The first one, produces 40 kW (54 hp ) with 270 Nm of torque and is built into the eS tronic six-speed dual-clutch gearbox. Both the electric motor and the TFSI engine send their power to the front axle. The second electric motor is mounted on the rear axle and produces 85 kW (116 hp ) with 270 Nm of torque, making the car all wheel drive, having three modes (EV, Hybrid and Sport).
Just in front of the rear axle there is a liquid-cooled battery of 8,8 kWh, which provides enough electricity to go 50 kilometres on the car only with the use of the electric motors with a maximum speed of 130 km/h. The battery charges via a quick charger. The front suspension consists of MacPherson struts and the rear by four links .
The car accelerates from standstill to 100 km in 4.6 seconds with a top speed electronically limited to 250 km/h .
The four-seat interior is minimalist with a flat-bottom multifunction steering wheel , circular air vents and a centred console. It features sports leather/alcantara seats, the new MMI system that we, shift-by-wire gearshift and a digital instrument panel consisting of a 12.3 inch TFT screen, same as the one on the new TT.
Another feature is the Audi phone box, which allows the driver to connect his mobile phone to the car’s electrical system and charge it inductively.
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