Audi Crossover Concept May be the Q1

Concept will debut in Detroit next month

Dec 9 2013, 12:27pm CST | by

Audi Crossover Concept May be the Q1
Telegraph

Audi is talking up a new concept car that will be making its official debut in 2014 at the Detroit motor show. That motor show kicks off next month. Audi has offered up some renderings of the car and it shows an attractive, small 2-door crossover SUV.

Audi isn't offering up much in the way of details on the car at this time. The renderings show e-tron badges on the side and a quattro badge on the front. Those indicate hybrid power and all wheel drive.

There is some rumors out there that say the concept might be the prototype for the Audi Q1 crossover expected in 2016 according to Telegraph. We will have to wait until next month to get any hard details on the concept.

 
 
 

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