Audi at the Dakar 2022: the full electric concept prepares for the rally raid [PHOTO]

 Testing of the Audi RS Q e-tron prototype continues.

In view of the Dakar 2022 , which kicks off next January 2, Audi is finalizing the development of the RS Q e-tron , the innovative electric prototype with extended autonomy that will take part in the popular and demanding rally raid, in which the company dei Quattro Anelli introduces a real energy revolution.   Pioneering prototype, but aiming for victory Audi's full electric concept with range extender aims to achieve an important result, aiming to fight, as Audi admits, for the absolute victory of the Dakar 2022 against competitors equipped with traditional engines. The Dakar for the brand from Ingolstadt represents the synthesis of the two worlds that represent the pillars of Audi sporting history: endurance and rally.     The Audi RS Q e-tron, which has already won the title of the most advanced and complex brand racing car ever made, represents a unicum in the motorsport panorama , while at the same time acting as a laboratory for the components of the electric powertrains of tomorrow. .   Three electric motors for 680 HP of power On a technical level, the RS Q e-tron is equipped with three powertrains derived from the Audi e-tron FE07 Formula E single-seater: two MGUs (Motor Generator Units), one at each axle, take care of traction, while a third the unit acts as a generator to help recharge the high voltage battery, especially when braking. Given the impossibility of drawing energy in the desert, Audi has opted for an on-board solution, i.e. with a 50 kWh battery that is charged while driving thanks to the action of a range extender , the latter entrusted to a TFSI turbo petrol engine. four-cylinder derived from the DTM, the German Touring Championship. The entire electrical system of the Audi RS Q e-tron develops a power of 680 hp and is associated with a single-speed electric transmission.   The Audi dream team    Designed in just 12 months, the Audi RS Q e-tron was built in record time. In recent months, the prototype has carried out numerous tests in Germany, Spain and Marco, covering over 2,500 kilometers through even challenging terrain. At the Dakar 2022 the Audi electric concept will compete with three teams of absolute value and experience: Stéphane Peterhansel - Edouard Boulanger; Carlos Sainz - Lucas Cruz; Mattias Ekström - Emil Bergkvist.

In view of the Dakar 2022 , which kicks off next January 2, Audi is finalizing the development of the RS Q e-tron , the innovative electric prototype with extended autonomy that will take part in the popular and demanding rally raid, in which the company dei Quattro Anelli introduces a real energy revolution.

Pioneering prototype, but aiming for victory

Audi's full electric concept with range extender aims to achieve an important result, aiming to fight, as Audi admits, for the absolute victory of the Dakar 2022 against competitors equipped with traditional engines. The Dakar for the brand from Ingolstadt represents the synthesis of the two worlds that represent the pillars of Audi sporting history: endurance and rally. 

The Audi RS Q e-tron, which has already won the title of the most advanced and complex brand racing car ever made, represents a unicum in the motorsport panorama , while at the same time acting as a laboratory for the components of the electric powertrains of tomorrow. 

In view of the Dakar 2022 , which kicks off next January 2, Audi is finalizing the development of the RS Q e-tron , the innovative electric prototype with extended autonomy that will take part in the popular and demanding rally raid, in which the company dei Quattro Anelli introduces a real energy revolution.   Pioneering prototype, but aiming for victory Audi's full electric concept with range extender aims to achieve an important result, aiming to fight, as Audi admits, for the absolute victory of the Dakar 2022 against competitors equipped with traditional engines. The Dakar for the brand from Ingolstadt represents the synthesis of the two worlds that represent the pillars of Audi sporting history: endurance and rally.     The Audi RS Q e-tron, which has already won the title of the most advanced and complex brand racing car ever made, represents a unicum in the motorsport panorama , while at the same time acting as a laboratory for the components of the electric powertrains of tomorrow. .   Three electric motors for 680 HP of power On a technical level, the RS Q e-tron is equipped with three powertrains derived from the Audi e-tron FE07 Formula E single-seater: two MGUs (Motor Generator Units), one at each axle, take care of traction, while a third the unit acts as a generator to help recharge the high voltage battery, especially when braking. Given the impossibility of drawing energy in the desert, Audi has opted for an on-board solution, i.e. with a 50 kWh battery that is charged while driving thanks to the action of a range extender , the latter entrusted to a TFSI turbo petrol engine. four-cylinder derived from the DTM, the German Touring Championship. The entire electrical system of the Audi RS Q e-tron develops a power of 680 hp and is associated with a single-speed electric transmission.   The Audi dream team    Designed in just 12 months, the Audi RS Q e-tron was built in record time. In recent months, the prototype has carried out numerous tests in Germany, Spain and Marco, covering over 2,500 kilometers through even challenging terrain. At the Dakar 2022 the Audi electric concept will compete with three teams of absolute value and experience: Stéphane Peterhansel - Edouard Boulanger; Carlos Sainz - Lucas Cruz; Mattias Ekström - Emil Bergkvist.

Three electric motors for 680 HP of power

On a technical level, the RS Q e-tron is equipped with three powertrains derived from the Audi e-tron FE07 Formula E single-seater: two MGUs (Motor Generator Units), one at each axle, take care of traction, while a third the unit acts as a generator to help recharge the high voltage battery, especially when braking. 

Given the impossibility of drawing energy in the desert, Audi has opted for an on-board solution, i.e. with a 50 kWh battery that is charged while driving thanks to the action of a range extender , the latter entrusted to a TFSI turbo petrol engine. four-cylinder derived from the DTM, the German Touring Championship. The entire electrical system of the Audi RS Q e-tron develops a power of 680 hp and is associated with a single-speed electric transmission. 

In view of the Dakar 2022 , which kicks off next January 2, Audi is finalizing the development of the RS Q e-tron , the innovative electric prototype with extended autonomy that will take part in the popular and demanding rally raid, in which the company dei Quattro Anelli introduces a real energy revolution.   Pioneering prototype, but aiming for victory Audi's full electric concept with range extender aims to achieve an important result, aiming to fight, as Audi admits, for the absolute victory of the Dakar 2022 against competitors equipped with traditional engines. The Dakar for the brand from Ingolstadt represents the synthesis of the two worlds that represent the pillars of Audi sporting history: endurance and rally.     The Audi RS Q e-tron, which has already won the title of the most advanced and complex brand racing car ever made, represents a unicum in the motorsport panorama , while at the same time acting as a laboratory for the components of the electric powertrains of tomorrow. .   Three electric motors for 680 HP of power On a technical level, the RS Q e-tron is equipped with three powertrains derived from the Audi e-tron FE07 Formula E single-seater: two MGUs (Motor Generator Units), one at each axle, take care of traction, while a third the unit acts as a generator to help recharge the high voltage battery, especially when braking. Given the impossibility of drawing energy in the desert, Audi has opted for an on-board solution, i.e. with a 50 kWh battery that is charged while driving thanks to the action of a range extender , the latter entrusted to a TFSI turbo petrol engine. four-cylinder derived from the DTM, the German Touring Championship. The entire electrical system of the Audi RS Q e-tron develops a power of 680 hp and is associated with a single-speed electric transmission.   The Audi dream team    Designed in just 12 months, the Audi RS Q e-tron was built in record time. In recent months, the prototype has carried out numerous tests in Germany, Spain and Marco, covering over 2,500 kilometers through even challenging terrain. At the Dakar 2022 the Audi electric concept will compete with three teams of absolute value and experience: Stéphane Peterhansel - Edouard Boulanger; Carlos Sainz - Lucas Cruz; Mattias Ekström - Emil Bergkvist.

The Audi dream team 

Designed in just 12 months, the Audi RS Q e-tron was built in record time. In recent months, the prototype has carried out numerous tests in Germany, Spain and Marco, covering over 2,500 kilometers through even challenging terrain. At the Dakar 2022 the Audi electric concept will compete with three teams of absolute value and experience: Stéphane Peterhansel - Edouard Boulanger; Carlos Sainz - Lucas Cruz; Mattias Ekström - Emil Bergkvist.

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