The Audi Quattroflex, which is not affiliated with Audi,
won the 'Best Use of Technology Award' in the 2006 Interior
Motives Design Awards.
The Quattroflex's designer, Alexey Bykov, is a student
of Ural State Academy of Arts and Architecture in Russia.
The Quattroflex uses hubless, tilting
wheels to steer
The theory behind the Audi Quattroflex concept was to
create a future vehicle which displayed "Emotion
in Motion", and the similarity between the Quattroflex
and olden-day horseless carriages was entirely intentional.
The electrically powered Audi Quattroflex features two
cylinders, front and back, which hold the mechanical elements
of the vehicle, connecting the two cylinders is an expandable/collapsible
floorplan with customisable cushioned seating which can
be modified to fit the users needs.
The Audi Quattroflex is controlled via a centrally mounted
joystick, allowing the vehicle to be driven from either
The Quattroflex steers using its unique hub-less tilting
wheels which tilt into the corner.
Similar and related vehicles:
Audi Nuvolari Quattro
Audi Le Mans
Audi Shooting Brake
Audi TT Clubsport Quattro
Audi A1 Metroproject Quattro