In debuting its Prologue concept at the Los Angeles Auto Show, Audi gave the world a sneak peek into its future design language. But beyond the sharp contemporary design is some of the most advanced powertrain and entertainment tech featured in any automobile today, production or concept.
The centerpiece of the Prologue is its three OLED touch screens, which replaces the typical climate control/infotainment clusters that have become the mainstay of almost every car’s interior. The system recognizes passengers by their smartphones and adjusts the seat and climate control settings to their preference, just one of the Prologue’s forward-thinking pieces of technology.
The Prologue also has a lower, wider single frame grille, which lead Audi designer Marc Lichte says gives the car a sportier overall look. It will be a staple of many future Audi’s to come, so familiarize yourself with it, and the rest of the Prologue, in Audi’s official release video for the car below.