Cool Design Audi Sport Quattro Laserlight Concept 2014 – The Audi Sport quattro laserlight concept 2014 is the beginning of laser lights and Audi displays, through this concept, that there is no problem pioneering it in the same way as LEDs, which seem to be outdated compared to those lasers.
The Audi Sport quattro laserlight concept 2014 is a new evolutionary stage of the Sport’s quattro concept, painted in Red Plasma color, combining the historic Sport’s quattro power with emotional elegance. His body was firmly mounted on a big wheel. The overhang is short, and the proportion of the car shows a sporty balance. With a wheel of 2,784 mm, its length is 4,602 mm. At 1,964 mm wide, the two-door model is very wide, and only 1,386 mm high, which is very low.
The front suspension consists of five links per wheel, while the rear suspension is based on the principle of Audi’s own trapezoidal tracking link, which ensures dynamic performance and stability. Rigid springs and shock absorbers make the Audi Sport quattro laser light concept firmly attached to the road, while Audi drives choose to make the driving experience more multifaceted. Dynamic steering systems vary steering ratios as a function of driving speed. Large brake caliper brakes, carbon-ceramic brake discs, and tire size are 285/30 R 21.
In a dual headlight, the quattro feature is distinctive, the 2014 Audi Sport quattro laserlight concept demonstrates the future of lighting technology by combining LED matrices and laser light technology. Two trapezoidal low-profile elements visible inside the outer headlights produce low-light rays using matrix LEDs and aperture masks, while the element in producing laser light for high-beam functions.
Strong laser diodes are significantly smaller than LED diodes, its diameter is only a few microns. Illuminating the road for a distance of nearly 500 meters, a high laser beam has about twice the lighting range and three times the luminosity of a high LED spotlight. In this future technology, Audi once again demonstrates its leadership role in automotive lighting technology with a system that will also be used on race tracks in the 2014 R18 e-tron quattro.
Pillar C which is angled and swept from the Audi Sport quattro Sport concept 2014 car and blisters on the fenders are other design elements that are reminiscent of the classic Sport quattro. The broad shoulders of the body are reinterpreted and intensively carved to convey greater dynamism. Across the car, the sharp contours framing the muscular surface with interaction between convex and concave curves defining the athletic character of the coupe.
The single-frame hexagonal cabin also offers a view of the future design of the sporty production model. The bottom is almost vertical, while the upper part follows the hood’s contours, screen inserts are a typical solution of auto racing. The low grille emphasizes the show car’s width. Two large vertical blades divide each of the big air ducts. Splitter, made of polymer reinforced carbon fiber (CFRP), shifts farther forward, just like in a race car.
The combination of glass cabin swept back and wide shoulders defines the proportions on the back. Another decisive element behind the exhibit car is the CFRP diffuser, which extends significantly upwards. The top is honeycombed, while the bottom has two large oval tailpipes. The tail lights, which are supported by black CFRP panels, are rectangular. The luggage room, which is reinforced by a large crossbar stiffener, offers 300 liters of loading capacity.
In a massive cut interior, the elegant sporty style of the exhibition car is continued with a dark gray color and clean lines. Interior design and material selection show Audi’s philosophy of lightweight design. Slim instrument panel reminiscent of aircraft wings. The interior supporting structure is a carbon shell that also functions as a storage compartment on the door.
The trim line under the windshield encloses the driver and front passenger and combines functions like the door handle inside. The folding car seat seats with high lateral support and integrated headbands, along with two rear seats, provide space for four people. Integrated climate controls in the airways; a single element is used to control the intensity, temperature and volume of airflow. In addition to displaying climate control settings, the slim display at the center of the air nozzle also shows media data.
The lightweight design strategy also plays a major role in the dynamic performance of the car. The combination of very high strength steel sheets and cast aluminum structural elements are used in resident cells. The doors and fenders are made of aluminum, and the roof, hood and back door are made of CFRP. It produces weight not only 1,850 kilograms, including a large battery pack.
Cool Design Audi Sport Quattro Laserlight Concept 2014