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Audi H-Tron Quattro Concept debuts at 2016 NAIAS (Photos)

Audi H Tron Concept
 

Showcased as a concept, the Audi H-Tron Quattro SUV runs on hydrogen fuel cell powertrain.

Promising a range of 598 km on single tank of hydrogen, acceleration from 0 to 100 kmph in under 7 seconds, a refill in just 4 minutes and top speed of 200 kmph, Audi H-Tron Quattro Concept goes on display at the 2016 Detroit Motor Show (NAIAS).

Featuring a fresh design, exterior is painted in Citrine Yellow. Based on the second generation MLB Evo platform the Audi H-Tron Quattro Concept measures a total of 4.88m in length, 1.93m in width and stands 1.54m tall. Engine specifications on the Audi H-Tron Quattro Concept include 2 electric motors positioned on each axle. The front unit offers 90 kW power while the rear engine is capable of 140 kW power.

Audi H Tron Concept

Audi H Tron Concept

Stopping power is thanks to ceramic disc brakes fitted on all four wheels. Front alloy measures 20” while the rear gets a 19” alloy. New Audi H-Tron Quattro Concept also gets adaptive air suspension which can lower the body by 30mm as speed is increased.

Audi H-Tron Quattro Concept interiors are seen with a host of OLED displays right from its infotainment system to a touch operated climate control system. A flat bottom steering wheel, seats in a new design and two independent seats at the rear are the highlights on the inside. Rear seat entertainment system is also OLED based while Audi piloted driving technology comes into play taking into consideration car surroundings in real time via a radar, camera and surround sensors.

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Though Audi is showing off the future of their cars via the e-tron and h-tron concepts, production details have not yet been specified. Assumptions however put the appearance of the e-tron sometime in 2018 and the h-tron in early 2020.

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