A First Look at the Audi Prologue Concept

German luxury car maker Audi introduces its Prologue concept car at this year’s LA Auto Show.

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German luxury car maker Audi introduces its Prologue concept car at this year’s LA Auto Show. Crafted by new Design Chief Marc Lichte, the Prologue concept represents a shift in Audi’s design as the front grill sits wider and wedge-shaped laser headlights are positioned above new air intakes. Sharp flares along the wheelbase accentuate the sporty look as Audi’s signature all-wheel drive supports the aerodynamic build. A 4.0 twin-turbo V8 engine powers the Prologue to the tune of 605 HP and 516 pound-feet of torque as LED taillights and an interior four touchscreen display provides the finishing touches to the luxury car. Stay tuned for further announcements from Audi in the near future.

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