As they promised last month, Audi unveiled their new luxury electric crossover concept car, the e-tron quattro. The car has three electric motors and can reach 310 miles between charges. And it uses OLEDs in all of its displays, its frontlights and its taillights. This is just a concept car, but Audi will release an all-electric sport SUV in 2018, and hopefully they will adopt the OLEDs by then.

Audi e-tron Quattro concept rear photo

So first of all, we have the taillights, which are using nine OLED lighting panels each. Interestingly, Audi also incorporated OLEDs in the front lights - which are based on LED lighting but in addition to the LEDs use five OLED panels as well.

Audi e-tron Quattro concept frontlight photo

The inside of the vehicle uses an all OLED interface - and it has four displays. The center console OLED seems to be similar to the flexible OLED shown in the Audi Prologue concept. That display (produced by Samsung Display) was 8.9 x 5.6 inch in size and featured a resolution of 2560x1600 (287 PPI). The e-tron will also use another flexible OLED.



Audi e-tron quattro concept full-OLED interface image

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