Audi has revealed the interiors of their first all-electric model – the e-tron prototype, at the Royal Danish Playhouse in Copenhagen.
The interior layout of the SUV doesn’t look all that different from what we’ve seen in the latest Audis, especially the dual-display setup at the centre. However, the Audi Virtual Cockpit here is sort of “free standing” instead of completely integrated into the dashboard, which lends the interiors a fresh look.
There is also the virtual exterior mirrors which apparently is optional. They replace the traditional mirrors with small cameras and the image is shown on 7-inch OLED displays on either side.
The display is also a touchscreen where the driver can enter different settings. The image can be moved, zoomed in and out. The driver can choose from three views in the MMI system for different situations – for highway driving, for turning and for parking.
Another design highlight is the centre console where the hand rest with integrated gear change lever appears to float above the console. The stitching on the seats creates a motif reminiscent of electric circuit boards. Contrast stitching and piping in orange – taking cues from the high-voltage electrical system, is available as an option.
Other optional features include ambient lighting package that illuminates the surfaces subtly and traces the interior’s basic lines. The e-tron badge in the instrument panel is also backlit.
The features list also includes 705-watt 16-speaker Bang & Olufsen Premium Sound System with 3D sound. Read more about the Audi e-tron SUV here.
Check out the video from the Audi official photographer below –