The return of the Audi Allroad is nigh... possibly! Rumors have been swirling like camouflage that Audi is working on a new A4 Allroad. Our spy photographers spotted a camo-covered Allroad undergoing hot weather testing in Southern Europe, but the up-rated wagon underneath these swirls is an A6 Avant.

Is Audi getting ready to bring out a variety of Allroads? It's possible, and we'd happily welcome both an A4 and A6 Allroad with open arms. Of course, we know how this story plays out here in the States. While we may see one of the two Allroad variants, it's unlikely that both will wind up in U.S. dealer showrooms. Time will tell.


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      Ryan
      • 3 Years Ago
      I honestly could care less about the Allroad, I just want the A6 and S6 Avant here...
      averyvh225
      • 3 Years Ago
      well 2 other wagons that the U.S. "doesnt need" i would love to see the a4 and a6 allroads here
      KingTito
      • 3 Years Ago
      Diesel and a manual transmission please...No way this will happen.
        th0mb0ne
        • 3 Years Ago
        @KingTito
        I'd be happy with manual and 4 wheel drive. The only wagon that fits that criteria on the market these days is a Subaru.
      Krayzeeass
      • 3 Years Ago
      I never understood why they didn't keep the A6 Allroad here for the last generation. Subaru and Volvo now only sell their off road wagons in the US. And along those lines, why the hell didn't Subaru give us the Impreza XV? Instead we got the Impreza Outback Sport which amounted to a 2 tone paint job and a plastic piece that fit over the bottom lip. The thing about all these off road wagons is that I would actually prefer the regular or GT/R versions of the Legacy and V70, but I would rather have the A6 Allroad over the base Avant. They've got it all back asswards in my weighty opinion.
      CarCrazy24
      • 3 Years Ago
      Like most wagons, it absolutely won't sell in large numbers, BUT they are still very cool! We should at least have the option of buying one of the variants, they don't need to bring the entire lineup here. Bring us either the A6 Avant or the Allroad, and bring it with standard quattro and TDI power!
      Durishin
      • 3 Years Ago
      I hope so. Now that the Outback is the height of an SUV, what is one to drive if they don't want to haul a step ladder to get bicycles on and off the roof? Now, if Audi can only do something about their reliability...
      Andrew
      • 3 Years Ago
      Red Engineer was quoted as saying "Nope"
      David
      • 3 Years Ago
      We loved our Allroad! My wife comments every time we see one on the road. She'd be very happy if they came back. D.
      soonermike
      • 3 Years Ago
      to answer your question, uh.... NO
      Rob
      • 3 Years Ago
      I would love to see an A4 Allroad but I will not hold my breath..We will get the Q3 (pointless as it is ) instead :(
      Dump
      • 3 Years Ago
      Honestly, if you're going to do a new Allroad based on the A6....I hope there's an optional adjustable suspension available --- it would just make sense considering Audi's new cachet in the luxury categories. Just a thought.
      • 3 Years Ago
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