While most people agree that “pure electric” might be the most sustainable way of advancing the automotive industry, the fuel cell-powered h-tron quattro study certainly features a lot of interesting technologies.
This car is on display at the Audi Forum in Neckarsulm for a limited time only, so people in the vicinity should hurry if they’re actually hoping to catch the h-tron quattro concept in person. Now, even if you can’t do that (like most of us), you can still admire its features from a distance.
It has a range of about 600 km (372 miles), refueling takes just 4 minutes, 100 km/h (62mph) takes just 7 seconds and flat out you’ll be doing 200 km/h (124 mph) on the Autobahn. Further more, you’ve got piloted driving at speeds of up to 60 km/h (37 mph), new laser and OLED lighting tech, adaptive air suspension (which can lower the car by up to 30 mm, or 1.2 in), a touch operated climate control system and independent rear seats, among plenty of other features.
Visually, the exterior is almost identical to the one of the e-tron quattro concept (e-tron with an ‘E’), though minor differences do exist such as different wheels and a restyled front spoiler and hood.