Munich Airport has unveiled a new exhibition showcasing the new, fully electric Audi e-tron car. Passengers at the Munich Airport Center (MAC) between terminals 1 and 2 will be able to experience the new vehicle and its innovative technology in a 630m² display.
The exhibition, called the Audi meteorite, is an eye-catching display concept for presenting the advanced e-tron vehicle to the public. Visitors can take the e-tron out for a short test drive, try out Audi e-scooters and look at exhibits covering every aspect of e-mobility.
Audi is also using the MAC installation as part of its training activities for its global sales force. More than 9,500 sales staff from all over the world are coming to the MAC Forum to learn about the Audi e-tron technology and product ecosystem.
Audi meteorite has also been developed to appeal to children. On a self-guided expedition, young visitors can follow a cartoon robot to explore the world of electricity. The display also includes facilities in the myAudiSphere where visitors can familiarize themselves with the e-tron technology through interactive games and activities.
Passengers at MAC will be able to experience the new meteorite exhibition until mid March 2019.