Submitted by Bobi Angeliev, a Bulgarian car designer, Audi Avus Zwei concept is a tribute to the famous 1991 Audi Avus Quattro prototype used to showcase Audi’s advanced aluminum technology that the company pioneered in the early 90’s. However, unlike its predecessor that emphasizes on simple arc and straight shapes, Audi Avus Zwei features smoother organic curves and a 3-seater layout situated under a polycarbonate roof with complex aerodynamic shape. Optionally, the rocker panels could be painted in any custom color, in a similar fashion as the distinctive colored side panels of Audi R8.
The fully electric character of Audi Avus Zwei concept means that it only needs couple of small air intakes to feed the brakes, air conditioner, batteries and electronics, further contributing to the minimalistic look of the exterior. As expected from a car with cab-forward design, the battery is located behind the seats to balance the front/rear weight ratio. The four electric motors provide torque vectoring during high-speed cornering for optimal driving dynamics in various road and weather conditions.
Smooth underbody panels, vortex generators and air dam pieces around all wheels reduce the drag and provide highly accelerated low pressure air stream to the rear diffuser. A reversed wing at the rear further improves the downforce and counteracts to the unwanted flow separation at the rear bumper, thus reducing the drag.
Bobi Angeliev explains, the design of the Audi Avus Zwei concept dates back to 1999 when a small scale model was sculpted by hand, whereas the three-dimensional model is created in 2021 with Rhinoceros 7.
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