MUNICH -- Audi teased a potential full-electric coupe for the brand with the Activesphere concept.
The concept could preview a battery-powered successor to Audi's TT coupe, motoring press reports said.
Audi did not give any details about the Activesphere except to say the full concept will be revealed at the beginning of next year.
It's the fourth model in a family of full-electric concepts that Audi has been introducing since 2021.
The other three members -- the Skysphere, Grandsphere and Urbansphere -- were displayed together for the first time during the Monterey Car Week in California.
The concepts are designed to be capable of automated driving, Audi said.
Battery power and self-driving technology will give rise to entirely new designs, with the interiors of cars in the future offering features that allow occupants to use their time productively or just relax, Audi said.
The Activesphere concept" will offer maximum variability for an active lifestyle, both on and off-road," the company said in a statement.