Leaving the revolutionary but with a small footprint A2 from the late 1990s aside, Audi never really delved directly into the minivan market preferring instead the more lucrative premium crossover segment. And this despite the fact that the VW Group has presented several people carriers over the years. However, when there’s a will, there’s a way, as this creation proves.
What you see here is a 2006 Seat Alhambra Diesel from The Netherlands that has been transformed into an Audi. Unless someone has gone into a lot of trouble with photoshop (it doesn’t look like it, but one can’t be 100% sure), it’s a pretty darn good conversion if you ask us. The front and rear ends of the Spanish MPV have been dressed up with components that appear to be sourced from the Audi Q5 crossover.
We’ll remind you that the first generation of the Alhambra was one of three products that came out of the VW Group’s collaboration with Ford, the other two being the VW Sharan and the Ford Galaxy.