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New Audi H-Tron Quattro, The Futuristic Crossover Concept

A fuel cell powered iteration by Audi called the H-Tron Quattro is a hydrogen-powered crossover concept. To improve the appearance of this crossover, Audi did some minor revisions like on the exterior, especially the bumper, hood design and special paint that called Citrine Yellow.

The power concept of this car taking from two electric motors mounted on each axle. On the front axle producing 121 hp and the rear axle deliver 188 hp power. For top speed electronically at peak torque is limited only 124mph.

The battery of this crossover is located under the floor, in the middle of the passenger compartment. The battery can provide power up to 100 kW to the electric motors. To fill the tank fuel with hydrogen only spent about 4 minutes.

The braking power of Audi H-Tron Quattro comes from the ceramic brake discs. And with features of adaptive air suspension, which can lower the body when speed increases, reducing drag, and can be operated by the driver via the Audi drive select system.

The Dashboard show OLED displays, from the infotainment system, touch operated climate control system and the dials. The steering wheel has a flat bottomed design. The seats carry a new look with the OLED based mobile Rear Seat Entertainment.

With Audi’s piloted driving technology make this crossover concept look futuristic. The car’s computer will help in real time using the radar, camera and surrounds sensors to the assistance systems, to the piloted driving and to the parking systems.

A fuel cell powered iteration by Audi called the H-Tron Quattro is a hydrogen-powered crossover concept

The battery of this crossover is located under the floor, in the middle of the passenger compartment. The battery can provide power up to 100 kW to the electric motors

with features of adaptive air suspension, which can lower the body when speed increases, reducing drag, and can be operated by the driver via the Audi drive select system

The steering wheel has a flat bottomed design. The seats carry a new look with the OLED based mobile Rear Seat Entertainment

The Dashboard show OLED displays, from the infotainment system, touch operated climate control system and the dials

the H-Tron Quattro is a hydrogen-powered crossover concept

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