Outside, the Q4 takes the form of a tall four-door crossover that borrows a noticeable amount of design cues from the third-generation TT that was introduced in Geneva last month. It looks sportier than other Audi crossovers thanks to an arched roofline, pronounced fender flares, angular headlights and sharp tail lamps. Five-spoke alloy wheels and an eye-catching yellow paint job wrap up the look.
The TT influence continues inside with a driver-focused center console, five round air vents, a three-spoke steering wheel and a fully digital instrument cluster that can be configured by the driver to display a wide array of information. One of the sketches suggests the Q4 offers room for four passengers.
Audi has not revealed what lurks under the concept’s hood, though “quattro” emblems on the door mirrors and the rear bumper reveal the crossover is equipped with all-wheel drive.
Look for official details about the Audi Q4 concept to emerge in the coming weeks. Although Audi has not commented on what the future holds fort he Q4, we wouldn’t be surprised to see a toned-down version of the concept land in showrooms as a regular production model next year.