Audi previews a new crossover concept for Beijing Motor Show, could wear Q4 badge

Audi has released design sketches of a new crossover concept, known as “Audi showcar Beijing 2014”. The concept car will debut later this month at the Beijing Motor Show and very likely is a preview for the upcoming Q4 crossover.

The five-door crossover has a coupe-like roofline, rugged body cladding, huge alloy wheels and four bucket seats. At the back we can see two round exhaust pipes and a chromed bar with the quattro lettering.

The front looks quite similar to the new TT and the Allroad Shooting Brake concept from the Detroit Motor Show.

It is hard to tell how big it really is, but it looks smaller than Porsche Macan or Range Rover Evoque. Very likely will slot between the Q3 and Q5 when it arrives in production spec in 3-4 years.


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