Audi Showcases Future-Oriented Drive Technology in Major Cities

Audi has taken its future-oriented drive technology, as featured in the RS Q e-tron, from the desert to major cities. Following a successful tour in Hamburg, Audi showcased the electrically driven prototype in the capitals of the three countries represented by its factory drivers. The Audi teams drove through Madrid, Paris, and Stockholm, passing by famous landmarks and captivating the attention of passers-by.

During the tour, the RS Q e-tron, powered by a 263 kW (358 hp) electric drive, demonstrated its capabilities with exhilarating drifts at selected locations. The sight of the eye-catching car attracted many onlookers who marveled at its power and took photos. The pro drivers and co-drivers gladly interacted with the crowd, signing autographs and answering questions about the innovative low-emission prototype.

In Madrid, the Audi team traversed the city, passing by the royal palaces. In Paris, the RS Q e-tron drove near iconic landmarks such as the Eiffel Tower and Sacré-Cœur. And in Stockholm, the electric prototype navigated through the streets near the royal palace of Sweden.

The tour not only showcased the cutting-edge electric drive technology of the RS Q e-tron but also allowed Audi to engage with the public, fostering excitement and curiosity about the future of electric mobility. This event highlights Audi’s commitment to innovation and its vision for a sustainable and electrified future.

– RS Q e-tron: Audi’s electric concept car featured in the tour.
– Low-emission prototype: A vehicle designed to emit fewer greenhouse gases and pollutants compared to traditional combustion engines.

Sources: Audi