Ever since its design renaissance in the 1990s we’ve gotten used to other carmakers copying Audi’s design ideas, be it the TT’s roofline, the shield grille or LED running lights. Of course, recently it seems that the list of carmakers copying Audi has grown through the addition of… Audi, as the company seems intent to take the “one sausage, different lengths” to new heights, challenged only by Mercedes-Benz. But recently I noticed that the new Audi A4 Allroad is itself very similar to a model from another carmaker…
The Acura MDX. Now, in this case I don’t think it’s such a bad thing, as the rear of the MDX is arguably its most flattering view. That said, I do long for the times of the late 1990s 2nd gen A6 that, in its sedan incarnation at least, had a rear that could not have been mistaken for anything else on the road.
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