Audi revealed the R8 e-tron at this year’s Geneva Motor Show, and it’s even tech-ier than everyone thought. In addition to challenging Tesla as the reigning champ of battery power, this Audi introduces driverless capabilities to the coupe.

According to Gizmag, Audi’s testing of the autonomous feature has been fairly limited, so it’s unclear how usable the concept will really be.

For more information about the rest of the e-tron’s specs and performance capabilities, check out the review we did in March.

(via Gizmag)


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