This being an Audi, an intelligent drive management system is on board with several programs available for the right mode in particular driving conditions. The car is also equipped with a Torque Control Manager that evenly distributes power among the wheels. Lighting in the concept uses Matrix laser and OLED technology, which will be used in production cars and shows for the first time with the e-tron quattro.
The lithium-ion 95 kWh battery is located in the floor of the passenger area and provides the car with a low center of gravity and a terrific range of 310.7 miles on a full charge. The Combined Charging System allows for charging with either DC or AC currents, and a full charge with DC current of 150 kW takes about 50 minutes. The car’s also equipped with the Audi Wireless Charging technology and a large solar roof that gathers electricity for the battery during sunny days.
Full details on the Audi e-tron quattro concept can be found here.