Audi Trimaran : 2011

Student project for Audi concept design studio in Munich.
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The Audi Trimaran is a new concept which integrates two jet skis in a motorboat.

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2011 Audi Trimaran concept.

The hull architecture is based on a trimaran, consisting of a main center hull supported by two smaller outrigger hulls. Two jet skis are stored inside pods in the outriggers. The main boat is powered by two lightweight and efficient Audi TDI diesel engines, whereas the jet skis are electrically-driven. At low speeds of up to 8 knots, for example in bays or harbors, the boat can be moved using the jet ski engines alone, which produce no emissions or noise.

The Audi Trimaran was a student project by designer Stefanie Behringer (Pforzheim Technical College, Germany) for the Audi concept design studio in Munich. There are no plans to put the Trimaran into series production, but it is nonetheless an eye-catching project.

(source: Audi)

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2011 Audi Trimaran concept.

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2011 Audi Trimaran concept.

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2011 Audi Trimaran concept.

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2011 Audi Trimaran concept.

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2011 Audi Trimaran concept.

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2011 Audi Trimaran concept dimensions.

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New 2009 Audi logo.

Carlos's comments

I've always felt most boats out there today (and there are obviously plenty of exceptions) feel a bit dated. But this new concept opens the door for what could possibly be e new day for water vehicles.

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