Audi Prologue Concept

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

We’ve long been fans of Audi, and with Marc Lichte now at the helm of design, we expect bigger and better things from the beloved German auto maker. If his first offering is any indication, we can expect a longstanding line of stellar models. Say hello to the Audi Prologue concept.

Providing insight to the future of the brand, this sleek 2-door is absolutely massive. Just how massive? The Prologue, at least in concept form, measures in at 16.7 feet long, which is the same length as the company’s flagship A8 sedan. Other exterior features include Matrix laser headlamps for illuminating any path, twin-tip exhaust pipes, and 22-inch wheels. On to the good stuff. Powering the vehicle is a 4.0-liter TFSI engine producing 605 horsepower and 553 lb-ft of torque. This power plant helps the Prologue sprint from zero to sixty in just 3.7 seconds. We imagine if/when this beauty hits dealers, Audi may end up going with the A9 moniker for the finished product – but that’s just a hunch.

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