Audi is famous for a number of things–Quattro all-wheel drive, luxury, and thus mechanical complexity, and the ability to give headaches. Anyone who’s unfortunately owned an earlier model Allroad Audi knows this, or at least, if you owned an Allroad that didn’t give headaches, you were lucky.
But those models are quite old and Audi plans to hopefully bury this reputations in the past by making an Allroad out of nearly every car in its lineup.
According to Automobile Magazine, Audi plans to seize the high-demand of crossovers by making their A3, A5, and A7 models into softcore off-roaders and mall crawlers by making their own Allroad versions. There are also rumors for possible sedan versions of these Allroad cars, for cars like the A4, the A6 and perhaps even the A8.
Specifics aren’t known, but we’re confident Audi’s plans will hold to be true given that Audi went as far as to reveal a TT-based lifted crossover, which is actually scheduled for a launch in late 2016 as the TTQ.
Source: Automobile Magazine