Audi House of Progress: Future of Performance EV
House of Progress makes its North American debut in Montréal, Canada this October 12-16. From Tokyo to São Paolo and most recently in Milan for Design Week, the House of Progress will exhibit Audi’s vision for the future of premium mobility through an immersive multi-day consumer experience. Guests will walk through the evolution of the brand’s rich history of performance, digitization and design, and learn about Audi’s forward-thinking commitment to sustainability.
Guests can sign up free for an hour-long curated experience where they will discover intricate design, witness the art of aerodynamics in-motion, experience the future of premium mobility and hear inspiring conversations. During the latter portion of the week, House of Progress will host panel discussions with thought-leaders across multiple disciplines, practices and verticals, all who inspire to achieve new heights and represent progress in their own fields. Panelists will be unveiled leading up to the event.
In addition to showcasing Audi’s full EV line-up, the House of Progress will also display the brand’s grandsphere concept car for the first time in Canada. The grandsphere is the second edition in a series of visionary concept cars that provides a glimpse of how tomorrow’s first-class automotive comfort will look: electric, automated, intuitive, and with plenty of individual space for immersive experiences. The grandsphere brings self-driving luxury to life and presents Audi’s vision of the future of EV.
October 12-16, Cirque Éloize, 417 Rue Berri, Montréal, QC H2Y 3E1
The House of Progress will be open to the public from October 13-16 and panel discussions will begin on October 14.
The House of Progress is one of many steps Audi is taking in its dedication to going electric. By 2025, the brand plans to have a portfolio of more than 20 all-electric models that when charged with electricity, emit zero carbon.