Audi prepaired a very special showcase for the e-tron prior to its official launch on the German market: The all-electric Audi has landed at Munich Airport in a multi-storey meteorite that covers a 630-square-meter (6,781.3 sq ft) footprint. Until mid-March, visitors and passengers can experience the new model for themselves along with its technology, its service ecosystem and other exciting future projects from Audi in the MAC Forum between Terminal 1 and Terminal 2.
FC Bayern was one of the first Audi partners to test drive the new Audi e-tron on Thursday. At Munich Airport, board members, coaches and players from the German record-holding football champion got the chance to experience the versatile electric SUV for themselves. Audi organised a series of activities for guests including an Audi e-tron driving experience
The Audi e-tron Meteorit will remain open to visitors until mid-March and car enthusiasts can test drive the Audi e-tronon-site without making an appointment in advance. A free one-hour test drive may be reserved in advance through Audi’s partners.