Audi teases two-door crossover coupe concept for Detroit Auto Show

Audi has released first design sketches of a new compact two-door crossover ahead of its debut at next month’s Detroit Auto Show.

This new two-door compact car with a high ground clearance is described as a crossover for all roads and tracks, for everyday driving and recreational use.

The show car is a systematic development of the Audi design language previewing the company’s future styling direction, combining visual elements from future sports car models with the Audi-typical allroad concept and independent “Shooting Brake” body form.

The concept measures 4.20 metres in length, featuring a single frame grille, coupe-like rear, short overhangs, low roof line and large 19-inch alloy wheels.

Interior shows a four-seat arrangement with full-length centre console, flat-bottomed steering wheel and circular air vents.


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