2010 Audi E-tron Spyder Study

Audi has manufactured yet another unique vehicle from its e-family, the 2010 Audi e-tron Spyder. With its well-distributed, low total weight of 1450 kilograms, a high-torque, a six-cylinder 3.0 TDI and two electric motors, it accelerates to 100 km/h in just 4.4 seconds, peaking at 250 km/h. The geometry of its chassis—a triangular double wishbone at the front axle, results in a bracing extent for driving precision, exceptional agility, and precise self-steering behavior. The fact that it possesses a highly proficient TDI and an electric power drive makes it economical and ecologically friendly, offering less expenses due to fuel and minimal emissions.

Other distinctive features on the design of the new member of e-tron family are its 20-inch wheels, allowing a more eye-catching design, and effective aerodynamic performance. The interior of the car has also shown a typical Audi design language, that is, reduction of architecture, controls and displays. Undoubtedly, the 2010 Audi e-tron Spyder is a well-packed efficient and well-designed race car without compromising comfort, money and the environment.