Much of the wagon’s styling is what we can expect from Audi’s design language, with an elegant yet sporty design. It sports an updated front end featuring a honeycomb grille and larger air intakes.
In the rear, Audi equipped the new RS4 Avant with a tailgate-mounted spoiler, a new rear bumper with a diffuser sporting a pair of exhaust tips. As expected, it also comes with LED-equipped headlights, high-performance brakes, matte aluminum accents, and 19-inch wheels.
It appears that the interior will come with a flat-bottomed steering wheel, carbon fiber trim, and aluminum pedals.
It’s expected that the Audi RS4 Avant will come with a 4.2L V8 powerplant with 444-hp and 317 lb-ft of torque, mated to Audi’s dual-clutch S-tronic transmission and quattro all-wheel drive system. Our biggest question, however, is still unanswered: will it come to the U.S.? German companies are often hesitant to bring their hatchbacks to American soil, and this doesn’t have much of a reason to be different, but we’re paying attention nonetheless.
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