Audi is not a brand you’d typically associate with off-road adventures, but that didn’t stop the automaker from kicking up some dirt with its new concept at the 2019 Frankfurt Motor Show. The Audi AI:Trail (maybe it’s less of a mouthful in German?) is an all-electric, all-terrain vehicle for the future of outdoor adventures. The vehicle concept was displayed in 2019 . But now produced in association with the Audi parent company Volkswagen.The AI:Trail’s drivetrain is made up of four electric motors with a 320-kilowatt output and a maximum torque of 1,000 Newton-meters (737.6 lb-ft). That should be more than enough to zip over any steep hill or kick up gravel along an unpaved road.
The flying objects are Audi Light Pathfinders, which generate their lift in the same way as bladeless fans , they can fly ahead of the AI:TRAIL, consuming comparably little energy in the process, and illuminate the path ahead, thereby replacing headlights entirely. These drones are five in number all with this special features moving ahead of the truck to light up the road .If desired, the on-board cameras generate a video image that can be transmitted to the display in front of the driver via Wi-Fi, turning the Pathfinders into eyes in the sky. The AI trail is specifically used for hiking and safari or tour the jungle.
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