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05/09/2010 1987

Audi - Steppenwolf

The Steppenwolf is a crossover with the technology of a top sports car – dynamic and safe, on both asphalt and gravel tracks alike, thanks to quattro four-wheel drive. Under its roof it combines the values of what is definitely a driver’s car with the elegance of Audi design. The Steppenwolf – a car that shifts horizons.

3.2-litre V6

The free-revving 3.2-litre V6 with an output of 165 kW accelerates the Steppenwolf from 0 to 100 km/h in less than eight seconds and on up to a top speed of over 230 km/h.


4-level air suspension gives the Steppenwolf up to 223 millimetres of ground clearance – and keeps adapting to suit driving conditions: off-road or at high speeds.

Roof design

The Steppenwolf is fitted with either a carbon-fibre hardtop or a button-down soft top. It can be driven with the top down – the frame between the C-posts ensures torsional rigidity.


Sweeping, clearly mapped lines and generous areas combine to produce architecture in which calm and tension coexist. The Steppenwolf is visual clarity through and through.


Clear functionality and extreme sturdiness dominate the interior. The generous use of shoe sole leather on the dashboard lends the ambience a pragmatic elegance.


With overwhelmingly smooth surfaces and metal surrounds for the dials and controls, the cockpit is extremely tidy in appearance and exudes functional luxury.

source: Audi

Engine & performance:

Type: V6
Capacity: 3200 cc
Power: 254.4 hp @ 5200 rpm
Torque: 320 Nm
Drive: 4WD
Top speed: 230 km/h
0-100 km/h: 7.8 s


Length: 4210 mm
Width: 1830 mm
Height: 1460 mm


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