Audi will be introducing to the Los Angeles Auto Show tomorrow the A7 Sportback h-tron quattro concept. The announcement was made on the company’s media website but without any images and only with very few details. What we know so far about the intriguing concept is that it’s a “technology demonstrator” with a plug-in hybrid arrangement encompassing a hydrogen fuel cell system which will likely work with a conventional gasoline or diesel engine.
Full details will be available tomorrow at 6 PM (Central European Time) during Audi’s conference in Los Angeles where they will also unveil another concept. Likely to be called Prologue, it will actually be the firm’s first concept styled by chief designer Marc Lichte. Details are scarce at the moment but Audi says it will have “an interior and exterior to redefine the benchmark.”
Besides the A7 Sportback h-tron quattro concept and the Prologue, Audi will also be bringing to this year’s Los Angeles Auto Show the third generation of the Audi TT Coupe & Roadster, the facelifted A6 and A7 range, as well as the hardcore R8 competition.
There’s no word about the all-new Q7 which means it will likely be introduced in January 2015 at the North American International Auto Show.
Note: Audi S7 Sportback facelift pictured.