Audi’s family of new concept vehicles is growing by one model: Following the Audi skysphere concept and the Audi grandsphere concept, the Four Rings are now introducing the Audi urbansphere concept. The sphere family of concept vehicles offer a look at the future of Audi’s design and illustrates how Audi is defining the progressive premium mobility of the future. The Audi urbansphere concept was conceived especially to meet the needs of customers in Chinese megacities. In areas where personal space is in short supply, the concept car offers the largest interior of any Audi to date.
Like the Audi skysphere concept and Audi grandsphere concept before it, Audi will introduce the urbansphere virtually. The study, which was systematically designed from the interior out, will celebrate its world premiere at “Celebration of Progress” on 19 April at 11:00 BST. During the online premiere, Member of the Board of Management of AUDI AG for Sales and Marketing Hildegard Wortmann, Board of Management for Technical Development at AUDI AG Oliver Hoffmann, and Head of Audi Brand Henrik Wenders will explain this next step in the Four Rings’ transformation. Together with designer Gary Telaak, they will show how automated driving transforms the interior into a mobile world of experience with no steering wheel, pedals, and displays to get in the way. The study, which was developed in close cooperation with Audi’s design studios in Beijing and its headquarters in Ingolstadt and is the first Audi car to reflect the wishes and experiences of Chinese customers, documents how Audi is interpreting the car as a third living space. Steven Gätjen will moderate the digital event.