Under the name Audi Sphere, Ingolstadt is working on three futuristic concept studies that emphasize the interior experience. This naturally electrically powered Grand Sphere could hint at the next generation of the Audi A8.
Audi wants to show where they want to go in the future on the basis of three futuristic concept cars. The Grand Sphere will make its debut at the Munich IAA, which will be held from September 7 to 12, 2021, followed by the Sky Sphere and the Urban Sphere. Although Ingolstadt is sparing with information, we learn that the focus is on the interior. Not entirely illogical if you assume that these are electrically powered and independently driving models. Which does not mean that you will not be able to drive the Audi Grand Sphere yourself, because the teaser images show a steering wheel. However, there is no question of a real dashboard, because we search fruitlessly for displays or control buttons.
The Audi Grand Sphere is a creation of the Artemis team that was founded in 2020 to adequately respond to the rapidly changing automotive world. You could see the successor to the Audi A8, an electric luxury limousine that wants to compete with the BMW i7 and the Mercedes EQS. To be continued…