The all electric F12 represent the "e Sport" segment of the scalable electric vehicle technology platform resulting from the e performance research project
Various F12 operations can be controlled by a removable tablet that fits into the center console
The e performance research project team gather to celebrate the conclusion of the three-year project
Audi has unveiled the first vehicle to result from its three-year “e performance research project” that has just been concluded. Conducted in collaboration with Bosch and a number of institutes at the RWTH Aachen University, the project aimed to develop a scalable electric vehicle technology platform that would serve as the basis for a variety of electric-powered vehicles, from compact city cars to sedans to sports cars. Representing the “e Sport” technology platform, the F12 borrows its exterior styling from the V10-powered Audi R8, but underneath it's electric power all the way.
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