Audi Virtuea Quattro: 2007 Design LA

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Audi’s design proposal for mobile transportation in 2057 is quite simple; the Virtuea Quattro concept a single-seater, hydrogen-powered pod that’s equipped with a interactive holographic interface. That means the driver can “dress” the exterior of the vehicle with one of the countless holographic images stored in the car’s computer. Damn, why didn’t someone at Subaru thought of that when they were developing the Impreza… -Press release and images after the jump

Audi Virtuea Quattro

It’s the year 2057 and Audi continues to revolutionize through technology, offering a hydrogen-powered vehicle that combines artificial intelligence with avenues of self expression.

This single-seat, autonomous driving machine functions as a solid unit at its core, while providing a myriad of possible holographic exteriors stored in a library and accessible through the vehicle’s interactive holographic interface.

Virtuea’s holographic exterior provides a variety of possibilities, allowing the driver to select from the most innovative designs from one minute to the next. The vehicles image can now be proudly displayed without environmental impact, as no physical materials are needed regardless of size.

Audi takes pride in introducing personal transportation that combines passion with intelligence, which not only positively affects the environment but your life as well.

Volkswagen/Audi Design Center California

Design Team: Heather Shaw, Jae Min, Mattijs Van Tuijl, Karl Strahlendorf & Christian Schoen