Audi Created The AI:Trail Uses Drones As Headlights

The aim of the designers here was to give those inside the vehicle the best possible view of nature and their surroundings, breaking the boundaries between the interior and the world outside, When the car is moving, the occupants’ gaze is not merely focused on the terrain ahead but is free to wander and happen upon little details in the open spaces around them.

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We have to be honest, it looks fun. Imagine this, “I can’t see the trail ahead…deploying drones.” That is futuristic and Epic. We think if they also have infrared cameras that send back the video in a stitched together layout on the dash or on the windshield…it’s a masterpiece!


The windshield wraps around the front of the vehicle like the cockpit of a helicopter. Passengers have an unobstructed view of the road or trail both in front and to the sides. Its lithium-ion battery is 400 to 500 kilometers (248.5 to 310.7 mi) on roads or easy off-road terrain. The maximum system output is 320 kilowatts and the maximum torque is 1,000 Newton-meters (737.6 lb-ft). Audi also boasts the following;” With an exterior length of 4.15 meters (13.5 ft) and a width of 2.15 meters (7.05 ft), the brawny Audi AI:TRAIL’s potential away from paved roads is immediately apparent. The roof height of 1.67 meters (5.5 ft) and the enormous 22-inch wheels with 850 mm (33.5 in) tires hint at the vehicle’s excellent off-road capabilities even when it is standing still. With a ground clearance of an impressive 34 centimeters (13.4 in), it can ford through the water more than half a meter (1.6 ft) deep. “

The four-seater has automated driving and off-road capabilities. we designed a monolithic basic vehicle body with maximum glazing to create an intense connection to the surroundings,” Audi’s Head of Design Marc Lichte said in a prepared statement. “A concept for sustainable mobility on demand.”

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