Audi sure knows how to make a wagon look cool, and the Audi Prologue Avant is no different. Based on the template set by the Prologue concept coupe that was unveiled at the LA Motor Show in November 2014, the Prologue Avant further hints at the design elements that will be implemented on future models.
Take for example the wider Singleframe grille that stretches across the front accompanied by a pair of high-resolution Matrix Laser headlamps, LED taillights at the back that runs across the full width of the car, and the folded-out shoulders above each wheels; they are likely to appear on the upcoming production Audis.
For a vehicle that measures 5.11 meters long and almost two meters wide, the Prologue Avant only seats four including the driver. The cabin features individual seats, high-tech flexible OLED touch-sensitive displays, and the Audi virtual cockpit for the driver.
Unlike the Prologue Concept coupe with a 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8, the Prologue Avant utilises a hybrid system from the Q7 E-Tron quattro with a 3.0-litre TDI V6 and a 100 kW electric motor paired to an 8-speed tiptronic. It produces a combined output of 455 hp and 750 Nm of torque.
The Prologue Avant is set for its debut at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show this coming March. So what do you guys think? Should Audi stop teasing us with more Prologue concepts and get the car into production?