Station wagons are very practical, but they tend to be as exciting as a bowl of limp broccoli. Audis, on the other hand, the folks that own Lamborghini and supply the engines, are basically caged tigers waiting to pounce on unsuspecting Hybrids. The Audi A4 Allroad is what happens when the brand stretches a performance sedan into a station wagon. Start with a 246-hp engine mated to a silky-smooth 7-speed transmission and connect all of this to full-time all-wheel drive and you get a vehicle that begs to be taken on wet, steep, winding roads. Or the South Florida equivalent: a multi-story parking garage. To add practicality, the rear cargo area can swallow up a mountain bike, a kid’s stroller and enough luggage for a 2-week vacation. Like all Audis, the exterior sleek, while the interior is a full-on baby limo, full of leather and enough electronics to make the guy from the Genius Bar or Geek Squad shriek with pure bliss; AudiUSA.com.