There’s a major shift in progress in the car business. Where automakers have concentrated until now on selling interior combustion vehicles you purchase and drive, they’re presently getting ready to offer autonomous electric cars with the option of self-driving.
That requires a considerable rethink on how those cars are planned, designed, and put out on the road – and a one-size-fits-all methodology won’t cut it. Audi realizes that in any event just as some other, and has been dealing with various kinds of autonomous EV for various applications.
Revealed at the 2019 Shanghai Auto Show this week, the Audi AI:ME idea is about the size of an A3 Sportback (though somewhat more extensive and taller). In any case, the AI:ME is a totally different car.
The idea is structured starting from the earliest stage as a self-ruling city car. That implies it doesn’t have to go far or extremely fast, however, it concentrated rather on the inside condition. In spite of the fact that it has four counter-opening doors and a back bench seat, the emphasis is on the two front lounge seats and the innovative technology gave to whoever’s sitting in them.