It would be a fully fledged all-rounder
The auto industry had covered the population's basic needs a long-long time ago, so now it's just a game of who's the best automotive mixologist.
It seems the one who ticks as many items in customer's requests list would be the winner.
One of Audi's best contestants would be the RS6 Allroad, a model Autobild is reporting to be feasible, and that it would arrive in 2017.
It's hard to name it a 'model' as it would hardly have a distinctive feature – we rather see it as a trim level: a good mix between the RS6 super-fast wagon and the A6 Allroad semi-capable off-roader.
Of course, the part where you consider the performance rating is still impressive. RS6's 4.0-liter V8 packs 553 horsepower and 516 pound-feet of torque, good for 0-to-60 mph in just 3.9 seconds.
The RS6 Performance is even more hardcore, with an extra 45 hp and 37 lb-ft and the 0-60 mph sprint accomplished in 3.7 seconds.
Anyway, the main market for a future RS6 Allroad is the forever-unsatisfied, forever-expanding Chinese market, where high-horsepower off-road vehicles are now a trend, it seems. There's little chance to see it in Europe, and even less so in the States (where even standard RS6 is not available).