Mobility of the future | Audi
The Audi RS Q e-tron crosses a desert landscape.

A rally like no other

The Dakar Rally is considered to be one of the toughest marathon rallies ever, and this year it’s racing through the Saudi Arabian desert for the third time. Now at the start line for the first time: the Audi Sport team. Discover everything about the specially developed Audi RS Q e-tron¹, the driver teams, and the reason why and how Audi is electrifying the desert².

This vehicle shown here is the Rally Dakar vehicle that is not available as a production model. Closed course, professional driver. Do not attempt.
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    “We are ready”

    As their extensive preparations draw to a close, Audi drivers Carlos Sainz and Lucas Cruz look ahead to the days leading up to the Dakar Rally.

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    “As a racing driver, what more can you ask for?”

    Stéphane Peterhansel and Edouard Boulanger teamed up for the Rally Dakar. A talk about team building and opportunities.

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    “It’s yet another revolution”

    Mattias Ekström is taking up the 2022 Dakar Rally challenge and talks about the sport, teams and adventures.

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The Audi skysphere concept with closed soft top and wheelbase in “Gran Touring” mode

The future is taking shape

Would you like to take a look into the future? Do it. Our concept cars are developed with the aim of providing answers to the mobility questions of tomorrow. After all, these are precisely the questions that are driving us forward even now. How does a vehicle become an interactive space, which innovations and which materials could come into focus – experience this for yourself with our concept cars.

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    Impressive experiences and intuitive operation

    Like the rest of the car, the Audi grandsphere concept’s³ user interface delivers a progressive experience. We talked to two of the Audi user interface designers.

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    Shapeshifting from roadster to lounge on wheels

    The Audi skysphere concept³ is a car with dual characters. Audi designers Charles Lefranc and Gael Buzyn talk to us about its progressive design.

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    A progressively luxurious lounge on wheels

    The designers of the Audi grandsphere concept³ describe the spaciousness and experiences tomorrow’s luxury-class sedans could offer.

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Progress times four

If you want to move forward, you have to push boundaries, change a part of the world – and inspire people in the process. To achieve this, we at Audi define progress in four fields: sustainability, design, digitalization, and performance.
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    Take responsibility

    Act more sustainably and completely reshape your thinking in the process. From the supply chain to an inclusive company structure. When it comes to sustainability, every contribution counts.

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    Create tomorrow

    For us, design means much more than designing vehicles. We want to open up spaces for new, fascinating experiences – and simplify everyday life for people in the process.

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    Digitalize mobility

    Digitalization is the key to tomorrow’s mobility. Many things will become possible via digital channels – opening up fascinating paths to the future.

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    Push boundaries

    What seemed impossible for a long time can suddenly become reality – when people question boundaries and dare to try something new.

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Elegant woman next to the Audi RS e-tron GT sports car on a concrete surface in front of futuristic architecture

The future is already on the road

It is not just the exceptional design and impressive electric performance that make the Audi RS e-tron GT special. The Gran Turismo reinterprets refined sportiness – and showcases the style that will shape the brand in the future.

Audi RS e-tron GT: Combined electric power consumption⁴: 20.2–19.3 kWh/100 km (NEDC); 22.5–20.6 kWh/100 km (WLTP); CO₂ emissions combined⁴: 0 g/km

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This vehicle shown here is the Rally Dakar vehicle that is not available as a production model. Closed course, professional driver. Do not attempt.
The Audi RS Q e-tron combines an electric drivetrain with an energy converter system based on the TFSI engine and a generator.
The vehicle shown is a concept vehicle that is not available as a production vehicle.
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