Audi Quattro Concept won’t hit the production line image

The German based automaker Audi has no plans to put the Quattro Concept into production but the model will inspire a crossover which will compete with the Range Rover Evoque.

The car manufacturer isn’t saying anything official yet on the Audi Quattro Concept not catching the production line but according to Car Magazine, the company has decided not to produce the model even in limited units. Our source is saying that the research is showing that the auto market for performance cars is too stale and this means that Audi won’t risk producing the Quattro Concept.

Even if the Audi Quattro Concept will probably never see the production line, the model has inspired the Audi Crosslane Concept, which will be produced by the company in order to go against models like the Range Rover Evoque. The Audi Crosslane Concept will probably be known as the Q2 and the vehicle has made its public debut last week, during the 2012 Paris Motor Show. Power to the Audi Crosslane Concept is coming from a 1.5 liter TSI three-cylinder petrol engine and two electric motors. The model can sprint from 0 to 100 km/h in 8.6 seconds before reaching a top speed of 113 mph.