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Audi designs concept car for animated film

FUTURISTIC design and mobility has come to the big screen with the Audi RSQ e-tron, a fictional, virtual performance concept car created for Twentieth Century Fox’s animated film Spies in Disguise.

The full-electric model, created by Audi design in co-operation with Blue Sky Studios, will be driven by super-spy, Lance Sterling, voiced by Will Smith, and combines automated driving with artificial intelligence and transformational technology.

With a hologram speedometer, electric mobility and fully automated driving technology, the two-seater concept car embodies the visionary design language of the Audi brand and builds on the e-tron persona.

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In the movie, super-agent Lance Sterling needs a performance car that will complement his prowess; along with equipment features such as a fully automated driving mode and other Audi assistance systems, and the concept car has special features for secret agents.

“An international espionage story with future technologies that can save the world is the perfect match for the Audi brand,” says Giovanni Perosino, Vice President of Marketing Communication at AUDI AG.

“Similar to our cars; fun, innovation and performance are key elements of the story line.”

The animated family film will be released in cinemas in September 2019.

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