According to Automobile Magazine, Audi has reportedly given the production 'thumbs up' to its Roadjet concept shown at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. The vehicle, however, will most likely only be sold in the European market, and not in the U.S.

Specific reasons were not given as to why American consumers won't be privy to the production version of the Roadjet, except that it apparently doesn't fit American “tastes”. Instead the Q5, which has been described as taller and more “rugged” than the Roadjet, is the more candidate for the next vehicle Audi offers in the U.S. market.

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