Report: New Audi Allroad Shooting Brake concept images leak out, next TT previewed?

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The Detroit Auto Show media preview kicks off on Monday, which means the time is just about ripe for previously embargoed images and information to start leaking out onto the web in a major way. Case in point is this Allroad Shooting Brake from Audi, a seemingly close-to-production vehicle that may foreshadow the styling of the upcoming Audi TT, or hint at the looks of a Q1, or both.

The TT bit may seem far fetched, but we do know that Audi has used a small wagon concept to preview the design of an upcoming TT before – back in 2006 before the release of the gen-two car. We also fully anticipate the Q1 to be breaking cover sooner rather than later, so the safe money is that the concept closely resembles what that production vehicle will ultimately look like, though perhaps with a bit more height overall.

And, frankly, be it a TT or Q1 or both, we like what we’re seeing. Sharp character lines on a rounded body form follow the idiom of the current TT rather nicely, while the big-wheels-at-all-corners stance plays into the sporting character we’d expect from any small Audi. Inside, we see the same Virtual Cockpit, MMI controller, and vents that we recently took in at CES, though with a slightly different steering wheel (with the starter button built right in). Tidy work here, too.

Stay tuned for more images when the real deal Allroad Shooting Brake concept breaks cover at Detroit, and a better idea of what it represents for the future of Audi, as well.

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