Audi RS Q e-tron 2022 Dakar Revealed
Audi RS Q e-tron 2022 Dakar Revealed. Audi Sport, the motorsport division of Audi AG, has uncovered the new RS Q e-tron model that will be the organization’s Dakar Rally challenger in 2022. The electric-controlled rough terrain driver vows to be a similarly strong adversary to the customary inside ignition motor fueled meeting vehicles at the following Dakar and is a trying aspiration from the automaker, as far as reach as well as unwavering quality, execution and different concerns. The 2022 Audi RS Q e-tron 4×4 fan estimates 4500 mm long and is 2300 mm wide.
Julius Seebach, Managing Director of Audi Sport GmbH, says, “The Quattro was a gamechanger for the World Rally Championship. Audi was the main brand to win the Le Mans 24 Hours with an electric drivetrain. Presently, we need to introduce another period at the Dakar Rally, while testing and further fostering our e-tron innovation under outrageous conditions. Our RS Q e-tron was made on a clear piece of paper in record time and represents Vorsprung durch Technik.”
The Audi RS Q e-tron runs on two electric engines mounted on one or the other hub and the powertrain has been lifted from the e-tron FE07 Formula E vehicle and is equipped for delivering a joined yield of 500 kW, as permitted by the guidelines. Audi says just minor adjustments were made to put it to use for the Dakar Rally. The 50 kWh high-voltage battery that weighs 370 kg and is will be charged progressing utilizing a 2.0-liter profoundly proficient, four-chamber TFSI motor from the automaker’s DTM series will work in the scope of 4500 and 6000 rpm. It is controlled by a 295-liter gas tank.
A third electric engine has been added, and is important for the energy converter and serves to re-energize the high-voltage battery while driving. Likewise, energy is recovered during slowing down. It will likewise get the module charging alternative too. Audi is additionally working with Amaury Sport Organization, the coordinators of Dakar to track down the most appropriate method of charging the RS Q e-tron between the stages.
The assembly most recent fourteen days with members needed to finish around 800 km consistently. Andreas Roos, answerable for the Dakar project at Audi says, “That is an extremely significant distance. What we are attempting to do has never been finished. This is really difficult for an electric drivetrain.”
The model is almost prepared for the assembly, says Audi, while the uniform would be indistinguishable as well. The champion plan will make it a head-turner without a doubt, while the enormous admission on the rooftop makes for an alternate visual. The Dakar challenger likewise hides two extra tires in its bodywork as opposed to being remotely mounted, as the automaker is playing it safe with regards to streamlined effectiveness. With electric vehicles, this will be a definitive test with regards to go nervousness.