Audi Roadjet concept (2006)
Audi unveiled the Roadjet Concept study at the North American International Automobile Show in Detroit. The 300 PS 3.2 FSI engine combines power, accelerating fun, and efficiency. The Audi Roadjet also featured the sporty 7-speed direct shift gearbox (DSG) for the first time. At the same time, the concept car served as a technology demonstrator for innovative electronic systems that became standard equipment within a few years.
Audi Roadjet concept
Debut in Detroit: Audi is taking the wraps off a study car by the name of Roadjet Concept at the North American International Automobile Show. A vehicle that blends the latest evolutionary stage of Audi's formal idiom with an entirely new space concept. The drive technology, too, represents a new departure: on the 300 bhp 3.2 FSI engine, innovative concepts produce an unprecedented synthesis of performance, liveliness and efficiency. In conjunction with a longitudinally installed engine, the Audi Roadjet is moreover the first model to feature the sporty 7-speed Direct Shift Gearbox. The study car furthermore serves as a technology demonstrator of innovative electronic systems that will be finding their way into production models in the next few years.