Welcome to NDT (newsdailytech), Here I will be telling you things you don't no about the new AUDI PB 18 E-TRON. Well,The Audi PB18 e-tron concept s
Welcome to NDT (newsdailytech), Here I will be telling you things you don’t no about the new AUDI PB 18 E-TRON.
Well,The Audi PB18 e-tron concept showcases future electric technology, Inspired by Audi’s e-tron Le Mans racer, the PB18 e-tron is not a typical fleet car but it does give a glimpse of the technology that future Audi electric cars will use.
Following the all-electric Infiniti concept shown earlier , Audi pulled the covers off its latest electric supercar concept — the PB 18 e-tron. Built with its all-electric autonomous concept, the Audi Aicon , in mind, the team at Audi wanted to make the PB 18 the antithesis of future mobility solutions, and that’s a goal we can get behind.
Powered by two electric motors in the rear and one up front, the three-motor supercar sends about 670 hp and 612 lb-ft of torque to the wheels via half-shafts. That translates to a 0-62-mph sprint just a hair over two seconds. If you’re wondering why Audi has two electric motors at the rear, each driving an individual wheel, well, Audi says that’s to better manage torque distribution when cornering.
And there will be cornering — this concept uses a pushrod suspension up front and a pullrod suspension out back , with adaptive magnetic shocks sitting at all four corners. The trick suspension should help keep the 275/35 front and 315/30 rear rubber gripping the pavement in any corner.
Internally, the folks at Audi referred to the PB 18 e-tron as “Level Zero.” That means the team was thinking about the different levels of autonomous vehicles and wanted this concept to stay away from that chart entirely.
Of course, with the Audi R8’s successor not exactly clear , the bones of this all-electric concept might actually see production. Until then, you can just add the Audi PB 18 to the list of crazy Pebble Beach concepts rolled out every year.
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