The car maker asks what a sustainable model of mobility would look like in Manhattan for 2030.

The Audi Urban Future Initiative is long-term project that examines how mobility, urban living and the role of transportation will change for individuals in the future following trends suggesting urbanization on a grand scale. Following architect Jurgen Meyer's award winning concept for Venice in 2010,  Audi asked five architecture firms to envision concepts for Manhattan in 2030 on a 50-foot architectural model unveiled this past week at the New Museum's Festival of Ideas for a New City.

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