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First off, we must make it clear that the Audi F-Tron is simply a concept. And, secondly, we must point out that it in no way backed by the German automaker.

Instead, this wacky nuclear-powered vehicle design comes from the mind of a Russian designer by the name of Grigory Gorin.

So, there’s virtually zero chance of this thing ever seeing the light of day. But it’s still a fascinating concept, if you ask us.

Its full name is the Audi Mesarthim F-Tron Quattro, and it features a nuclear fusion reactor and plasma injectors.

So, how does it work? Well, steam is generated thanks to the heat of the reactor, which in turn spins a turbine connected to a generator. The generator keeps the on-board batteries juiced up, which then power the wheel-mounted electric motors. And, voilà, you have some serious go-forward oomph.

Sure, that all sounds a bit “out there”. But just look at the thing…


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