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Design trends continue in Audi Roadjet

The Audi Roadjet concept was shown at the Detroit Show. This five-door hatchback model continues design trends seen in the TT Shooting Brake concept at the Tokyo Show last October.

21st January, 2006

The Audi Roadjet concept was shown at the Detroit Show.

This five-door hatchback model continues design trends seen in the TT Shooting Brake concept at the Tokyo Show last October.

These include a striking single-piece grille, a bonnet with strong lines continuing towards the A-pillars, and the use of LED headlights. The design also has more noticeable shoulders than in previous Audi models.

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