Audi Prologue Concept
Submitted by Dan Buzdugan on Tue, 11/25/2014 - 14:42
Prologue Concept is Audi's latest exponant to show us their future design language. So let's start with the front, a predominant grille covers most of the front end, which also sits lower than today's models. On the sides, we find a new pair of Matrix LED headlights and diamond shaped air vents underneath.
Along side, the stylish design continues with a sculpted hood and a a sloped roof. The wide fenders host 22" wheels and what's interesting is that Audi removed the regular handles with electromechanical ones, which react upon touching.
At the rear, Audi opted for bonded three dimensional tail-lights, they now prolong along the horizontal line of the trunk. The rear ends with sculpted exhaust pipes.
Inside we can find a very hi-tech design, with display panels covering most of the dashboard. The concept also has a “butler” which identifies the driver by their cell phone and then automatically adjusts the driver's seat, climate control system, radio and navigation system too.
Power comes for a 4.0L V8 TFSi engine, which develops 605HP and 750Nm of torque, bonded to a 8-speed gearbox and Audi's quattro all-wheel-drive.