Cues that tip this car as a definite Allroad vehicle include the wider fenders and taller ride height. The next changes expected in the development process are new bumpers with a more ruggedized look, new air intake housings, addition of foglights and other off-road specific design cues.
As yet it’s not clear if the A4 Allroad will be available as both a sedan and a wagon, but reports suggest the car will be kept simple – meaning that whichever body styles are available, air suspension, though a possibility, appears to be unlikely. The model spied is a sedan, and could be considered a sort of up-scale alternative to the many rally-bred AWD sedans currently on offer, such as the Subaru WRX and Mitsubishi Evo X.
Source: Motor Authority