This is what the new Audi A4, which is due next year, is likely to look like.
Based on spy shots, insider information and cues from the 2005 Roadjet concept car, our computer-generated images give the best idea yet of the what Audi's crucial new compact executive will look like.
The fourth-generation A4 will use the same chassis as the A5 coupe that was unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show recently.
Like the current model, the next A4 will come with a large variety of petrol and diesel engine options.
With the existing model boasting five petrol and five diesel engine options, there should be something for almost everyone to choose from. The latest model will also be available with a variety of gearbox options including manual transmissions, twin-clutch S-tronic gearboxes and continuously variable Multitronic versions.
Much of the design work on the A4 will have been done by former Alfa designer Walter de Silva, who has recently been appointed head of design for the entire VW group. His successor, Wolfgang Egger, is another former Alfa designer who penned the 8C Competizione supercar.
Other new models on the way from Audi include the 2008 five-seater Q5 off-roader, another model based on the A4/A5 platform, and the A1 supermini, which starts production in 2009.
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