Audi has revealed the Q3 Vail in Detroit today, a concept designed for winter sports and functionality.
The Audi Q3 Vail Concept is equipped with a 2.5-litre 5-cylinder turbocharged engine rated at 314 HP (231 kW) and 400 Nm (295 lb-ft) of torque, and according to the company its name comes from a famous winter sports venue in the United States.
This new variation Audi Q3 was designed for young fans of winter sports who love skiing or snowboarding, and some of its special features include an Energy Red paint finish with golden pearlescent particles, various add-on body parts painted matt gray quartz, numerous high-gloss enhancements and vertical struts made from aluminium integrated in the single-frame grille.
Other elements include unique looking side air inlets, flared wheel arches, restyled aluminium roof rails and 20 inch five-arm wheels which are also painted in matt quarts.  
The Audi A4 Vail Concept is 40 mm wider at the front and 30 mm higher than the standard model, and its two exhaust pipes are now integrated in the diffuser and the underbody area.
On the inside the Q3 Vail creates a sophisticated ambiance by using three colours – black, gray and red. The headlining is made from titanium gray alcantara, the large interior parts including the floor mats are black while most of the edges are red.
Materials such as Fine Nappa leather and aluminium are also used throughout the interior, and the overall result can bee seen in the gallery below.  
The Vail Concept uses a 7-speed S tronic transmission, responsible in part for the vehicle’s 0 to 100 Km/h (0 to 62 mph) acceleration time of 5.5 seconds and top speed of 262 Km/h (162.8 mph). 
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Source: Audi