German magazine Auto Bild has published two teaser images with the Audi e-tron quattro concept.
There’s no shortage of teasers for Audi’s IAA-bound concept that’s for sure and now we get a better look at the all-electric crossover which we will see in the metal next week in Frankfurt. It seems to get a large hexagonal front grille with chrome accents and “e-tron” lettering on the lower front bumper while the rear end shows an interesting shape of the taillights along with some funky looking alloy wheels. There’s also some plastic body cladding on the wheel arches and the lower section of the rear bumper.
We remind you this is a MLB Evo-based concept with three electric motors and a big battery with enough juice for 500 km. The headlights adopt matrix laser OLED technology and chances are the taillights also use organic light-emitting diodes. We do know for sure the interior comes packed with touch-operated OLED screens that have enabled an uncluttered layout with few buttons.
The concept will morph into a production version in 2018 and will be sold with the Q6 moniker. It will be Audi’s belated answer to the Tesla Model X and is going to use a new type of battery co-developed with LG Chem and Samsung SDI.
Check back in the coming days for the full scoop regarding the e-tron quattro concept.