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The Audi AI: Trail Concept Takes A New Route To Off-Roading

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The competition to be unique and stand out in the automobile space is seemingly at its peak. Each of the contributors is doing everything in their power to bring around machines that are bespoke, tech-laden, and extraordinary.

At the Frankfurt Motor Show 2019, Audi unveiled the Audi AI Trail Quattro Concept, an exclusive off-roader that firmly seems to take charge of the future. It is as amazing as a vehicle of its kind can be.

First, it stands tall at 13.5-foot-long from the ground. Its parts are made from carbon, aluminum, and steel, giving it the look of an item pulled from the center of a sci-fi movie set.

This vehicle has permanent tires that stand at 33.5-inch and spidery suspension. Owing to this height, the German automaker says that this vehicle can comfortably wade through 1.6 feet of standing water.

With its four electric motors, this can produces 435 horsepower and 738 pound-feet of torque. The company further says that it has “ample battery capacity” that will help it ride all the way to 311 miles.

There is only one sad part of the AI Trial’s story and it has to do with the fact that it is least likely to go into production. For all its goodness, it might sadly never be anything more than a concept car.

However, the AI Trail presents a host of possibilities and an indicator of just how bright the future is.

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