Audi RS7 Concept Artist Design Interpretation

The Audi RS7 Concept is a design study of a sportscar that adopts and combines several styling cues from the Audi Group models, from the R8-inspired rear end to the Lamborghini-trademark scissor doors. The renderings were provided by Austrian industrial designer Adriano Mudri.

The Audi RS7 Concept is a design study of a sportscar that adopts and combines several styling cues from the Audi Group models, from the R8-inspired rear end to the Lamborghini-trademark scissor doors. The renderings were provided by Austrian industrial designer Adriano Mudri.

This Audi RS7 rendering sees the car with a rear-mounted engine, with design elements much like the real Audi R8, including the contrast in color between the engine bonnet and the rest of the body. But here the contrast becomes more defined, with a stark black covering the rear engine bay and extending to the rear of the body, covering the rear wheel wells too.

The front end is another lesson in contrast, using minimalist LED lights and large, imposing vents. And how could we forget the Lambo-inspired scissor doors?! (see the photo from the gallery below.) Another distinctive feature is the lighting system which adopt minimal headlamps and tail lights which underline the possibilities of LED technology – another styling cue typical of Audi.

note: Adriano Mudri has an Industrial Design diploma from the University of Applied Sciences – Graz, Austria. Among his professional experiences are a 10-months period at Magna Steyr as exterior designer. [AdrianoMudri via CarBodyDesign and WorldCarFans]

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