The Audi H-Tron quattro has a hydrogen-powered SUV body style but inside there are many technological solutions that will the future Audi A8 arriving in 2017.
The Audi H-Tron quattro measures 4.88 meters long 1.93 meters wide 1.54 meters high. Its body has a remarkable SUV CX drag coefficient of 0.27 maximizing their autonomy and performance of its electric motor powered by hydrogen. Audi announces a theoretical range of 600 kilometers after a full recharge of the three fuel tanks an operation that is carried out in four minutes. Consumption is facilitated by the mark of a kilo of hydrogen per 100 km.
Audi says that this prototype mounted solar panel larger surface is installed so far in a car. It can supply up to 320 W of power and provide extra range of up to 1000 km per year.
Benefits that are advertised for Audi H-Tron quattro Concept which tienetiene a torque of 550 Nm is a self-limited 200 km / h top speed and acceleration from 0 to 100 km / h in less than 7 seconds .
It uses the same platform (MLB evo) that the Audi e-tron quattro Concept we unveiled at last September during the Frankfurt Motor Show. This platform is according to the brand in a statement "particularly flexible (...) because the two cars use a platform to the ground virtually identical despite having a different technology."
The prototype has three hydrogen tanks which are located under the passenger compartment and the trunk. They operate at a pressure of 700 bar storage. Each is made of several layers: polyamide polymer reinforced with carbon fiber (CFRP) and polymer reinforced with fiberglass (GFRP). The battery which is less than 60 kilos is also under the compartment.
This technology consists of radar sensors and ultrasound video camera and laser scanner. All information is processed in one system precisely zFAS are your initials in German. This system calculates in real time what's around the car and informs the other assistance systems driving the car. This may himself assume the task of parking or driving in traffic at maximum speeds of 60 km / h as explained in Audi.
This is the first step in autonomous driving as seen by Audi. Later come the possibility that the car itself would lead highway for up to 2 hours at a speed of between 120 and 130km / h. In a third step with the possibility of self-guided roads to the goal would be reached to implement a fully autonomous driving.
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