If any car manufacturer can fill a niche, even when there likely isn’t one, it’s Audi. Unofficial sources indicate that Audi is working on a new version of the Audi A4 Avant, which will bring a practicality bonus to the vehicle’s package.
Dubbed ‘SuperAvant’, after Audi’s well known estate range, it will offer more interior space than the current A4 Avant while avoiding the handling and fuel efficiency compromises of a Q5-sized SUV. To be more precise, this will offer a high roof line and an extended wheelbase, but will try to keep the driving dynamics of the Avant. In addition to that, the car could use special styling signed by Italdesign, which is now owned by the VW Group.
The car will be powered by a range of efficient petrol and diesel engines, including some hybrids, and is expected to include a turbocharged four-cylinder petrol with 190 kW, as well as a 2.0-litre TDI unit producing 147 kW.