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Audi unveils new all-electric supercar prototype with solid-state batteries, 570 kW power and 800-volt charging system
We still have to wait another month to see the production version of Audi’s first next-gen all-electric, the e-tron quattro, but the German automaker is still giving us a glimpse at its electric future today.
Audi is unveiling a new all-electric supercar prototype with solid-state batteries, 570 kW power and 800-volt charging system.
It’s the all-electric ‘Audi PB18 e-tron’, which the company presents as “a radical vision for the high-performance sports car of tomorrow.”
The automaker says that the vehicle is built on their years of experience in the Le Mans racing series and it is designed around the driver.
By that, they mean that there’s no autonomous driving system in the vehicle or ‘complex systems for piloted driving’. It is also equipped with a by-wire design for the steering and pedals and it enables a configurable monocoque position in the center of the interior as in a monoposto.
Read more on electrek.co