Audi Batman Concept Unleashed

Audi is a brand that has signed a partnership with innovation. In other words, the Germans love to use a “smart” approach, constantly playing the research game in order to offer customers certain cutting-edge vehicles.

However, we are talking about large-volume automotive producer, so we can’t expect the company to offer creations that are too extreme. This is because, as any mainsteram carmaker, the company has to deal with concepts such as “feasibility” and “business case”.

So, what can we do to really exploit the potential of Audi’s robot-like, sleek design language? One possibility would be to turn to private designers, which only have the (most of the time infinite) borders set by their imagination.

Today, we are presenting you an Audi sports car designed by Patrick Berkani. The French designer is proposing a futuristic approach, but it is clear that he has also used trademark Audi styling cues.

If you ask us, this is the first sensible proposal for Batman’s car. Let’s be honest: if the superhero would really exist, he couldn’t pursue bad guys through the city in a 1 mile (1,61 km) long freaky four-wheeled creation. Instead, he’ could use a coupe (yes, the vehicle would definetly have to use a sporty layout), with an imposign design, just like the vehicle you see here.

The minimalist design of the rear end could show bad guys that Batman really means business and hasn’t got time for over-the-edge details. The rims pictured here could never make it to the rear world of course, but their design could be used for a production RS model.

P.S.: A real world crime-fighter would probably have to ditch the anything-but-protective glass roof.
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About the author: Andrei Tutu
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