Some of the most captivating cars are sadly just renderings by brilliant designers, and they’ll probably never see the light of production. One example is this Bauhaus-style grand tourer imagined by Jaguar Land Rover designer, Jordan Gendler. Using the stunning 2000 Audi Rosemeyer concept and the Audi TT coupe as its base, the Audi GT is a wagon-esque 5-door GT with suicide doors, an extremely sloped greenhouse, and huge swaths of carbon fiber on the body. Slim headlights and rounded fogs are embedded in the front fascia, while two strips of vertical LED lighting elements make up the taillights. Both front and rear four-ring badges get illumination and pop nicely. In terms of what’s under the hood, nothing is specified. Although it would make sense for the concept to have electric power a-la-Audi e-tron, there are clearly two rectangular exhaust ports flush with the rear lower fascia, so it could possibly have hybrid, if not exclusively gas power. Gendler went as far as to render a race version of the GT, and the rear wing and rear diffuser are anything but subtle. It loses the rear doors, gets more dramatic lighting, and also adds huge fenders, front disc wheels, and more vents than the Batmobile.