One of the most anticipated releases of the year is the Audi e-tron. The SUV that will be the first 100% model of the German brand has already been anticipated through a prototype and many teasers, so we know a good number of details. Now something new comes to us, the aspect that the interior of the production model will have. And it will be one of its most interesting points, because we could consider it the most technological so far.
Part of the ‘fault’ lies in the virtual mirrors, which are called Virtual Exterior Mirrors. It will be the first production vehicle to assemble such a system, which consists of replacing traditional mirrors with cameras. This change also affects the passenger compartment, since to visualize these images two 7-inch high-definition OLED screens have been installed, which includes functions such as zooming in on the image or three different view types.
Thanks to these two additional screens of the virtual mirrors (they are optional), the interior of the Audi e-tron will have a total of five screens. Do not forget the usual Virtual Cockpit (series) or the latest MMI system, in the style of the Audi A8. Another of the featured equipment will be the optional sound system Bang & Olufsen Premium Sound System, which will add 16 speakers and a power of up to 705 watts.
It will be the first electric of the brand and that has to be noted also in the materials or colors. The quality will follow the Audi standards and will have Valcona leather for the seats, which will optionally receive orange contrast stitching. There will be brushed aluminum moldings and also a very elaborate ambient lighting with the e-tron emblem. Following the advantages of the Audi e-tron interior, it is worth mentioning the insulation and soundproofing. It is achieved that hardly any noise inside thanks to some reinforcements and improvements. In terms of habitability will not be left behind, we must remember that it has a wheelbase of 2.93 meters. This ensures that your second row has plenty of room for your legs, aided by the lack of a transmission tunnel.