These photos taken from a distance outside the Allianz Arena in Munich give a better sense of the vehicle's overall size and proportions as opposed to being on a stage with professional lighting and limited viewing space at a motor show.

Dedicated WCF reader, “rad” Vlad, had enthusiastically sent us these images of the new Audi Q5. However, we had to gently break it to him that it was only the Audi Cross Coupe Quattro Concept which debuted at the Shanghai Motor show this past April. Nonetheless, the photos are still interesting as they provide a rare view of the CCQ Concept which serves as the design basis for the future Audi Q5 model.

These photos taken from a distance outside the Allianz Arena in Munich give a better sense of the vehicle's overall size and proportions as opposed to being on a stage with professional lighting and limited viewing space at a motor show.

Unlike the recently revealed VW Tiguan, which is based on the Golf PQ35 platform, the Audi Q5 uses Audi's new MLP (Modular Long Platform) inner structure which debuted in the A5 and will be used in the next generation A4, A6, A8 in addition to the all new Q3 and A7 models. Scheduled for a 2009 debut, the Q5 will be built in cooperation with Porsche at Audi's Ingolstadt plant.

Thanks Vlad!

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