Do you know there is a car which could be used to cook rice while driving? – Yes, that car is Audi A8 5.5.
Audi A8 5.5 can be used to cook rice and other food while driving. The car was released far back in 2015. It was one of the most patronized cars in most developed countries.
Below are the features that make Audi A8 5.5 exceptional:
“Vorsprung durch Technik” advances to a whole new level
Audi premiered their flagship car, Audi A8 in 2014 to achieve mature market excellence of Japan’s import automobile industry. In addition to the lineup of A8 3.0/4.0, Audi debuts the “5.5” model limited only in Japan. To respond to the high demands of our customers, Audi A8 5.5 strived to aim for the most satisfying model using world-class, advanced technologies. The model name 5.5 was inspired from 5(five) Go and 0.5(half) Han, coming from the term Gohan, which means rice in Japanese.
From the console, shines the pure-white perfection.
In honour of the Japanese rice-eating culture, the Audi A8 5.5 features the world’s first rice cooker in the rear sheet console. The rice cooker is exclusively designed on the basis of the unique performance of Audi A8’s 435PS／600Nm. From the intense heat convection inside the broad-brimmed Japanese rice cooking pot called, Hagama, it can generate heat directly from the core, cooking the perfect rice ever.
Innovated gourmet food technology in a sophisticated style.
With the touch screen menu panel, owners can select multiple cooking options. Though Audi’s refined, innovative technology, each and every owner can now customize any rice to their own taste of preference.
The one and only fine quality of soft rush grass (rice straw) selected carefully will grasp the owner’s heart instantly.
Audi’s innovative aesthetics create the most comfortable atmosphere fitted for the Japanese climate. The 2,990mm long wheelbase interior is designed with tatami made out of the finest rush suitable for high temperature and the humidity in Japan.
Technology is indeed taking a new direction.
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Source: Audi Motors