A trio of large, silver spheres has appeared in front of the Parliament Building in the Danish capital, Copenhagen. But rather than transporting visitors from another world, demanding to see the country’s leader, they are display modules created by Audi to showcase its future technology and innovation.
Focused on the question, “Which technologies will make mobility possible in the future?”, the German maker says the interactive displays show how it is shaping tomorrow’s personal transport technology.
Three walk-in spheres present unique, future-focused worlds. Visitors learn about Audi’s ultra-lightweight construction, electric mobility in the form of the Audi e-tron and the networking of cars with Audi connect.
For example, visitors to the e-tron world, can put wind turbines in motion, that in turn transmit energy to an Audi e-tron Spyder (pictured), on display. In the connect sphere, they can test various features of networked driving within the new A3.
The exhibition will be open at Christiansborg Slotsplads, in the centre of Copenhagen, until August 5th.