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Audi Urban Concept Spyder to be unveiled at Frankfurt in the fall

in Auto
by Nicole
August 18, 2011 at 6:00 pm

At the International Automobile show in Frankfurt, the Ingolstadt manufacturer will unveil a version of the Audi Urban Concept Spyder.

Built on a two-seat structure, very light, suitable for urban areas, the new Audi model combines elements of a race car, a roadster, a fun and urban car together in a radically new concept.

Audi hasn’t provided technical or constructive details about the concept, with the only info announced being that the car doors open vertically, Lamborghini-style.

Also, the driver can adjust the steering wheel and pedals according to his convenience. The roof was designed to be operated and slid backwards to open.

The Spyder concept is powered by two electric e-tron engines, powered in turn by a lithium-ion battery.

The Audi Urban Concept Spyder is not based on an existing model. Its development has been strictly investigated around the principles of efficiency and reduction.

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