Wagons, if you didn't already know, are a hit overseas. Free from the soccer-mom stigma of wood-clad, road-going Americana circa 1980, European drivers can appreciate the added utility of a wagon. This one has been the most highly anticipated in Europe for at least a couple of generations. For now, Audi isn't bringing the 2.0- or 3.0-liter TDIs to America, but Audi brass unofficially claimed the new 2.0-liter turbo engine "could very well" have close to 211 hp and 258 lb-ft of torque. Keeping in mind the V6 FSI with AVS (Audi Valvelift System) is up 10 hp to 265 hp but retains the current torque of 243 lb-ft, the updated 2.0 TFSI will be an ass-kicker. As in the upcoming A4 sedan, the driver will be able to fine-tune the suspension, throttle and steering settings from the wheel using Audi's Drive Select. At 185 inches, the wagon is six inches longer than the sedan. Despite that extra length, it still looks neat and compact, thanks to short overhangs, big wheels and the aggressive, flat-faced front fascia. Now, how about an RS4 Avant?