Audi Steppenwolf Review , specifications, and price

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Audi Steppenwolf Specs This concept looked like a stretched-out Audi TT with an Allroad suspension.

There was a central tyre pump, a height-adjustable suspension, and a roof panel that could be removed (leaving a targa bar in the back).

There is also a side-hinged tailgate, a spare tyre that slides out, and another great Audi interior with sisal-look seat inserts, aluminium trim,

and a nice strip of leather in two different colours across the dashboard. Audi is ahead of the curve when it comes to interior design.

 It was powered by a new 3.2-liter V-6 quattro drivetrain from the New Beetle RSi.   

As a "do-it-all" car, the Steppenwolf was built with a version of the TT's interior, which still looks modern almost 20 years after it first came out. 

The only exception is the small infotainment screen, and we'd probably add the Audi Virtual Cockpit to replace the traditional dials of the instrument cluster.