Audi announces H-Tron Quattro concept at Detroit Motor Show

Audi has unveiled its next step toward its goal of CO2-neutral mobility, with the H-Tron Quattro concept.

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The covers officially came off the new Audi H-Tron Quattro concept at this year’s Detroit Motor Show.

The four-seater concept SUV is closely modelled on the E-Tron Quattro concept; a purely electric SUV first showcased at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show.

The SUV uses a fuel cell that has an output of up to 110 kW, and a further on-demand power boost of 100 kW, courtesy of a lightweight lithium-ion battery. The car can be fully re-fuelled with hydrogen in around four minutes, giving 600km. The model puts out 405.7lb ft of system torque and has a 0-100kph of less than seven seconds, with a top speed of 200kph. There’s also a heat pump for the interior air conditioning and a large solar roof that generates up to 320 watts.

Audi will go into production with its new technologies for piloted driving and parking next year.

Source – Audi Germany

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