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Munich Airport gets an Audi e-tron escape room

Automakers often put interesting advertisements in airports. A lot of business people shuffle through airports, so they’re good places to show off premium cars. We’ve seen a lot of interesting airport advertisements for cars, including a BMW i3 sitting behind glass in Munich airport. However, we’ve never seen an escape room themed around a car, such as this one themed around the Audi e-tron.

All escape rooms have the same basic premise: trapped visitors must search for clues that lead to some way out of the room. In this case, all of the clues relate to the technology of the new Audi e-tron. According to the four-ringed brand, “All of them center around a mysterious puzzle about an expert who was working on the model. The electric car with its optional virtual exterior mirrors is part of the adventure and an essential key in the final solution to the puzzle.”

Excitement guaranteed: The new Audi e-tron is now at the heart of a specially developed strategy game at Munich Airport.

Apparently, the Audi e-tron escape room is filled with futuristic sounds and light effects, to remind you that you’re in an escape room themed around a futuristic car.

On top of that, the Central Audi e-tron Launch Training for the worldwide sales takes place at the Audi Training Center located at Munich Airport. More than 9,500 from all over the world experience the Audi e-tron in static and dynamic modules and get to know the technology and the entire system of the vehicle in detail. The participants will experience the driving characteristics of the fully electric car in an especially for the vehicle designed indoor off-road course.

Excitement guaranteed: The new Audi e-tron is now at the heart of a specially developed strategy game at Munich Airport.

So if you’re going to b traveling through Munich airport anytime soon, it might be worth stopping to the Audi e-tron escape room. Nothing like solving a few puzzles and finding a few clues about an electric car to ease the stress of air travel.

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Nico DeMattia

I've been in love with cars since I was a kid, specifically German cars. Now I get to drive them talk about them on the internet.