• CFRP racer on two wheels – the Audi e-bike Wörthersee weighs just eleven kilograms without its electrical components.

    Audi e-bike Wörthersee

    Audi e-bike Wörthersee

    The Audi e-bike Wörthersee is a high-performance sports machine for sporty people. Its design reflects the concentrated dynamism of the brand, with CFRP playing a major role in its ultra-lightweight design principle.
    The changed role that the car will adopt in the mobility of tomorrow is creating space in the world’s major cities for new means of transport – for lean, lightweight and efficient vehicles with two, three or four wheels, for e-pedelecs, e-skateboards, e-trikes or even e-quads. Audi designers are picking up on this trend and transferring it into the brand’s progressive design language.

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  • Audi urban concept spyder
    Audi urban concept spyder

    Audi urban concept Spyder

    Audi urban concept Spyder

    The Audi urban concept Spyder technology study is a showcase for the mobility of tomorrow. The electrically driven show car brings together elements of a race car, a roadster, a fun car and a city car.

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    Audi Urban Future Award

    Audi Urban Future Award

    An important aspect of the Audi Urban Future Initiative is the award established in 2010. With a prize of 100,000 Euros, it is Germany’s most highly endowed architecture competition. This year, the award is being offered for the second time and is centered on the question of how mobility can become an engine for urban development. The five participating architecture and urban planning firms are called CRIT (Mumbai), Höweler & Yoon Architecture (Boston/Washington), NODE Architecture & Urbanism (Pearl River Delta), Superpool (Istanbul) and Urban-Think Tank (São Paulo).

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  • Think tank

    Think Tank

    Think Tank

    Many of the projects being run by Audi address the ongoing development of the world’s rapidly growing cities. In the Audi Urban Future Initiative, one of the company’s think tanks, we are seeking intelligent approaches for the mobility of tomorrow.
    The Audi Urban Future Initiative was established in 2010. It is a global forum that brings together experts from diverse cultures and disciplines. Architects, sociologists, urban planners and trend researchers discuss new approaches and solutions for mobility in the world’s megacities. The focus is on a wide range of topics – such as seamless mobility through the interconnection of various means of transportation, the flexible use of space or the vision of the city as a continuous flow of movement without stationary traffic. An important element of the initiative is the Audi Urban Future Award, which Audi offered for the first time in 2010.

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  • Michal Vlcek: Dolphin; The Space Frame envelopes the cell’s relatively thin skin – a completely new approach

    Natural Audi project

    Natural Audi project

    Audi is interested in the design ideas of students – such as those from this project with the Royal College of Art in London.
    Audi has an enlightened approach to design and is constantly seeking fresh ideas. One key aspect is the cooperations with renowned schools of design – such as the Pforzheim University School of Design, the Royal College of Art in London, the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California and two schools of design in Milan.

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  • Audi Urban Future Initiative

    Audi Urban Future Initiative

    Audi Urban Future Initiative

    How will mobility in the world’s megacities evolve; what form will it take in future? The Audi Urban Future Initiative is seeking answers to these questions.

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