There’s no stopping Audi, when it comes to innovative and powerful plans. If you have been tracking news about the automotive industry, you would know that in March, Volkswagen AG CEO Martin Winterkorn had expressed his concern over the cost and infrastructure associated with building hydrogen fuel cell vehicles. Audi doesn’t seem to be perturbed, though.
The luxury car maker has thrown caution to the wind and is on the way to develop a fuel-cell version of the Audi A7.
Words that sneaked out of Audi Technical Chief Wolfgang Durheimer lips suggest that Audi is in the works with such a fuel cell A7. It is expected that the car will hit the testing tarmac by August.
If everything progresses as per plan, the hydrogen fuel cell Audi 7 would come sporting the company’s own Tron nomenclature, akin to the electric E-Tron and natural-gas-powered G-Tron models.
We guess we need to wait impatiently to drive one f those vehicles, right?