The brand new Italdesign Giugiaro GEA has been spotted recently on the streets of Milan, Italy.
After making its public debut a couple of months ago, during the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, the brand new Italdesign Giugiaro GEA Concept is being placed into the spotlights once again, this time with the help of some images which are showing it parked on a street in Milan, Italy. The model in question is believed to offer a glimpse into a future Audi vehicle, which should be fully autonomous, and this is basically larger than the current A8 generation, so don’t act too surprised if you will see it as the A9, especially since the Italdesign Giugiaro design house is owned by the Volkswagen Group.
The four-wheel drive one-off vehicle is 5,370 mm in length, being actually 2,35 mm longer than the Audi A8, and it has been designed by the company’s styling chief, Wolfgang Egger, who has moved from Audi last year. The stylish sedan has been made from lightweight materials such as magnesium, carbon fiber and aluminum and its total weight stands at 2,000 kg. The model has the Audi Laserlight technology in its slim light clusters, 26-inch 60-spoke alloy wheels with each one made from a solid block, rear hinged doors, missing B-pillars, three interior modes, the Business, the Wellness and the Dream and two 19-inch LED transparent screens, coming down from the roof. The total output stands at 746 HP and it is coming from four electric motors, two mounted at the front and two in the back, allowing it a top speed of 250 km/h (155 mph).
Source: Fabrizio Continentale (FB)