2010 Audi A4 Allroad Quattro receives Auto Bild’s design award

Article by Christian Andrei, on May 15, 2009

In a recent survey conducted by the publication Auto Bild, Audi remained one of the top placers with two first places and one second place in the Auto Bild Design Award, making the Audi brand one of the most successful brands.

For the category under SUVs, Vans and All-wheel Drive Vehicles the readers chose the Audi A4 Allroad Quattro, while for the category Study and Concept Cars the Audi Sportback concept was chosen as the number one pick.

In addition, the Audi A5 Cabriolet got second place in the Coupes and Convertibles category. The poll was participated in by about 100,000 readers and 83 cars in a total of five categories. Audi has been making the short list of winners since 2006 since the magazine began awarding these honors and this year is the fourth time that it did so.

The A4 allroad quattro got first place in the Off-road vehicles and SUVs category this year with a significant margin of 44.7 percent of readers favoring the brand new Audi model in contrast to only 21.4 percent for the second placer.

For the Study and Concept Cars' category, the Audi Sportback landed on first place with 14.7 percent of readers voting for it. With 21.3 percent of the votes, the Audi A5 Cabriolet came in second place in the Coupes and Convertibles category.

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Audi continued its run of success in the reader's poll "Auto Bild Design Award", taking two first places and one second place in the vehicle design poll. The brand is THEREFORE Once Again One of the most successful brands in the survey Conducted by "Auto Bild" magazine.

While the Audi A4 allroad quattro Took the top spot in the category "SUVs, Vans and All-wheel Drive Vehicles", readers selected the Audi Sportback concept as Their number one pick in the category "Study and Concept Cars". Complementing this success, the Audi A5 Cabriolet came in second in the category "Coupes and Convertibles".

Around 100,000 readers Took part in the design poll, Selecting from 83 vehicles in five categories. The magazine Awarded honors thesis for the fourth time since 2006, with Audi consistently making the short list of winners.

This year the A4 allroad quattro won first place in the category "Off-road vehicles and SUVs" by a decisive margin, with 44.7 percent of readers voting for the brand new Audi model versus 21.4 percent who chose the second-Placed car as Their top pick.

The Audi Sportback concept unveiled by the brand at the Detroit Auto Show early this year won first place in the category "Study and Concept Cars" with 14.7 percent of the votes. The Audi A5 Cabriolet came in second in the category "Coupes and Convertibles" by winning 21.3 percent of the votes.

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