Audi A3 Sedan Concept Headed to Geneva
We’re not sure the U.S. needs an Audi sedan smaller than the A4 — you can weigh in on that in the comments below — but the rest of the world might. The company will unveil a concept version of an A3 sedan at the Geneva International Motor Show next week.
The A3 hatchback has been on sale stateside since 2005 but has seen only lukewarm sales because of a relatively high price tag and small interior space. Would a sedan version be any more welcome? Maybe if it has the concept’s 408-horsepower turbocharged engine and Quattro all-wheel drive.
While there likely won’t be much said for the A3’s future in the U.S., we’d hazard a guess the next-generation hatchback and sedan will look a lot like this concept.