Audi A6 e-tron concept at Milan Design Week
Emotional design, spectacular lighting technology, and perfect harmony – that’s what both the Audi brand and Dutch product designer Marcel Wanders are renowned for. In the Audi City Lab showroom designed by Wanders at Milan Design Week, Audi will be exhibiting its impressive Audi A6 e-tron concept. In addition, Audi will also be presenting the RS e-tron GT1 and the Q4 e-tron to the public.
Design plays a leading role at Audi, which is why the brand is taking part in Milan Design Week for the seventh time. This year, the world’s largest annual design gathering will be opening its doors from September 5 to 10. The premium carmaker is participating in the event with the Audi City Lab as both a showroom and platform for sharing fresh perspectives and ideas.
Marcel Wanders, who made a name for himself as a designer with his iconic work Knotted Chair, is also responsible for the design of the Audi City Lab, which has taken up residence in Milan.In this unique atmosphere, visitors will have the opportunity to experience the Audi A6 e-tron concept, a high-tech all-electric saloon with two electric motors, 350 kW of power, and 800-volt technology for particularly fast charging. “Design and Audi are simply inseparably linked. The Audi A6 e-tron concept and the Audi RS e-tron GT1, which will also be on display, are two outstanding examples of the perfect combination of highly emotional design, fascinating lighting systems, and cutting-edge technology,” said Henrik Wenders, Head of Audi Brand.
The Audi City Lab will also be open to the public after Milan Design Week to coincide with MiArt/Art Week and Fashion Week, visitors will be able to enjoy an exhibition by fashion and portrait photographer Albert Watson, among others, until September 27. In addition, there will also be an opportunity to see the Audi Q4 Sportback e-tron for the first time in Italy alongside the Audi Q4 e-tron, of course.
1.Audi RS e-tron GT: Combined electric power consumption in kWh/100 km: 20.2–19.3; combined CO2 emissions in g/km: 0 Information on fuel/electric power consumption and CO2 emissions in ranges depend on the tires/wheels used as well as the selected equipment.