Audi A9 – Hybrid Car Able to Repair Itself Using Nanotech Material

May 18th, 2010 by GreenDan Leave a reply »

Daniel Garcia, a car designer from Spain, is the author of this nice, futuristic Audi A9 concept, which is a low-emission hybrid vehicle that features a nanotech material which allows the car to repair itself automatically.

The Audi A9 is expected to compete with a number of luxury cars available today on the market.

Both the roof and windscreen of the vehicle are made of a special nano material – when damaged the car repairs the scratches without any activity involved from the driver.

The body of this car features an exclusive electronic paint, which allows Audi A9 to change its color with just a touch of a button.

With a low-emission hybrid setup, this eco-friendly vehicle could replace the current flagship of the company Audi A8. It is worth mentioning that the advanced low-emission setup is composed of an internal combustion engine that functions together with four in-wheel electric motors.

[via EcoFriend]


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