Audi Q1 Rendering Depicts A Subcompact Coupe Crossover

A couple of years ago, there was a lot of talk about the so-called Q1, a new, entry-level crossover designed to take the German manufacturer where it had never been before.

For unknown reasons, Audi eventually changed its name to the Q2, but still retains the trademark to Q1. Will it decide to use the name on an even smaller crossover? It’s possible, but nothing of the sort has been mentioned by Audi.

This rendering by Behance artist Florian Westermann shows how he envisions the Q1 and he has penned it with single, modern dads in mind. Audi may never create a vehicle targeted towards such a specific demographic, but the concept is quite cool.

For starters, the crossover is a simple two-door and adopts a low roof and steeply-raked rear window to give it a Shooting Brake feel. Elsewhere, there is a sharp grille inspired by Audi’s single-frame grille and paired with eye-catching air intakes, slim LED headlights and a number of yellow accents.

With demand for crossovers and SUVs showing no signs of slowing down, it might not be a bad idea for Audi to go down this route.

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  • Auf Wiedersehen

    Oh geez…

  • ME

    I would love for them to build an actual two door for America. Please don’t change it to a so-called coupe 4 door. Lame.

  • Ermal Morina

    A smaller crossover,isn’t the Q2 the answer to that?
    Audi knows I guess

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