The Audi Sport Quattro Laserlight Concept Car Makes A Debut At CES 2014

The Audi Sport Quattro Laserlight Concept Car Makes A Debut At CES 2014

OneShift Editorial Team
OneShift Editorial Team
06 Jan 2014

The interior features an elegant sporty styling continued with dark grey colors and clean lines. The slender instrument panel is reminiscent of the wing of a sailplane. The supporting structure of the interior is a carbon shell that also serves as a storage compartment in the doors. A line of trim beneath the windshield wraps around the driver and front passenger and integrates functions such as the inside door handles. The folding race car shell seats with their high lateral supports and integrated head restraints, together with the two rear seats, provide space for four persons. The climate controls are integrated in the air nozzles; a single element is used to control the intensity, temperature and volume of the air stream. In addition to showing climate control settings, the slim display at the centers of the air nozzles also shows media data.

The plug-in hybrid drive gives the Audi Sport Quattro laserlight concept fascinating dynamic performance. Its system output is 515 kW (700 hp), and its system torque is 800 Nm (590.05 lb-ft). Power flows via a modified eight-speed tiptronic to the Quattro drivetrain, which features a sport differential at the rear axle. The show car's combined fuel consumption, based on the applicable fuel economy standard, is just 2.5 liters of fuel per 100 km – which equates to CO2 emissions of 59 g/km.

The combustion engine is a four-liter V8 with biturbo charging; it produces 412 kW (560 hp) of power and 700 Nm (516.29 lb-ft) of torque. The cylinder on demand (COD) system, which deactivates four cylinders under part load and a start-stop system make the sonorous eight-cylinder engine very efficient. Located between the 4.0 TFSI and the transmission is a disc-shaped electric motor that produces 110 kW and 400 Nm (295.02 lb-ft). It draws its drive energy from a lithium-ion battery at the rear, which stores 14.1 kWh of energy – enough for up to 50 km of all-electric driving. An Audi wall box that is used for charging provides for optimal energy transfer.
Take a closer look at the Audi Sport Quattro laserlight concept in our gallery.

Credits: Oneshift News Team

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