Measuring 4.20 meters (13.78 feet) in
length, the Audi has a powerful road stance. Precise and clearly
drawn lines as well as geometric surfaces are combined to create
a sculptured, clear design form. It is almost as if the outer
skin of the two-door car has been modeled from a solid piece,
from the Singleframe grille and striking side tornado line to
the taut, coupé-like rear. The overhangs are short; the roof
line is low and it ends in a strong C pillar. The pronounced
horizontal body line and the large 19-inch wheels emphasize the
impression of concentrated energy.
The show car is a compelling blend of form and function. The
characteristic allroad design features reduce the volume and underscore
its offroad character. The aluminum underbody guard at front and rear
emphasizes the width and protects the car off road.
Design elements that are typical of e-tron models, such as the ribs in
the Singleframe grille and in the side air inlets, fit in harmoniously
with the overall design concept. The dual headlights and the
honeycomb-structured Singleframe grille indicate the further development
of the quattro design language which Audi already presented with its
Sport quattro concept show car in September of this year at the
International Motor Show (IAA) in Frankfurt.