Audi Grandsphere enters by 2025

Audi’s new electric vehicle, Grandsphere Concept car is to set the market on fire as it enters showrooms by 2025. This will give Elon Musk’s Tesla a competition in the ultra luxury car segment. Though the exact price is not revealed it is expected to be priced around Rs 1.5 crore in the Indian market, according to car industry experts. It’s first look is mind blowing with unbelievable features.

We all know, Musk already told an interviewer that his Tesla is not a car but a computer with wheels. Now Audi too wants to follow the description and offer a top range of experience to those who own Grandsphere Concept Car. Audi’s A-8 size electric car will have ultra futuristic interiors and eye-tracking information technology.

Grandsphere Concept will have a battery of 120KW and 270KW charging function that goes with a range of 470 miles – or 756 km. Acceleration of speed up to 60 miles per hour – with level -4 self-driving systems. The German car makers first showed this prototype at some expos in September 2021. They say, Grandsphere Concept is not just a car but an experience.

“The future? We at Audi are shaping it,” is their quote!

Rama Krishna Sangem

Ramakrishna chief editor of excel India online magazine and website

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