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Audi A9 Concept Design

By luanpa in | May 25, 2010 | Comments Off on Audi A9 Concept Design

The Audi A9 concept is design by the talented Spanish designer Daniel Garcia, which is a stylish proposal for a luxury sports saloon. This is not an official Audi design. But it is certainly something Audi fans may enjoy. It just looks like BMW Vision EfficientDynamics Concept Supercar.

The A9 concept would be positioned higher than Audi’s current flagship model, the A8, and is aimed at other top-end luxury saloons like the Porsche Panamera, and if it ever went into production, the Lamborghini Estoque. It is a sedan/saloon coupe which would be positioned above the A8 and take its place as Audi’s flagship model.

The design is partially inspired by the stunning architectural style influenced by “La Ciudad de las Artes y de las Ciencias” (The City of Arts and Sciences) in Valencia (by architect Santiago Calatrava), Garcia’s native city.  This influence can be seen in the clean flowing lines of the vehicle and futuristic styling features. Calatrava’s buildings look like they come from 100 years in the future, and so does this.

The single-piece windscreen and roof is formed from an as-yet undiscovered nanotechnology material which features an automatic-system for repairing damage, and it can also be adjusted for color and opacity. The bodywork of the Audi A9 concept also features a unique ‘electronic painting’ system which means the vehicle’s color can be changed at the touch of a button.  A9 concept is an advanced hybrid setup which uses an internal combustion engine working in conjunction with four in-wheel electric motors.

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