Concept study

Audi Steppenwolf

The Steppenwolf is a crossover with the technology of a top sports car – dynamic and safe, on both asphalt and gravel tracks alike, thanks to quattro four-wheel drive. Under its roof it combines the values of what is definitely a driver’s car with the elegance of Audi design. The Steppenwolf – a car that shifts horizons.
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3.2-litre V6

The free-revving 3.2-litre V6 with an output of 165 kW accelerates the Steppenwolf from 0 to 100 km/h in less than eight seconds and on up to a top speed of over 230 km/h.

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Chassis

4-level air suspension gives the Steppenwolf up to 223 millimetres of ground clearance – and keeps adapting to suit driving conditions: off-road or at high speeds.

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Roof design

The Steppenwolf is fitted with either a carbon-fibre hardtop or a button-down soft top. It can be driven with the top down – the frame between the C-posts ensures torsional rigidity.

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Styling

Sweeping, clearly mapped lines and generous areas combine to produce architecture in which calm and tension coexist. The Steppenwolf is visual clarity through and through.

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Interior

Clear functionality and extreme sturdiness dominate the interior. The generous use of shoe sole leather on the dashboard lends the ambience a pragmatic elegance.

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Cockpit

With overwhelmingly smooth surfaces and metal surrounds for the dials and controls, the cockpit is extremely tidy in appearance and exudes functional luxury.

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