1. ahead of
The car was ahead of the bike.
In the polls Labour is 2% ahead of the Conservatives.
Do you see that red car ahead of us?
Our flight landed ahead of schedule.
People are likely to engage in conspicuous consumption when they know that their purchases will get them ahead of their peers in the status hierarhy.
to be ahead of time/ to be ahead of the competiton
Your reputation goes ahead of you, Ragnar Lothbrok.
He was ahead of the bike.
2. in front
You are right in front of us.
There is a car in front of the building.
English word "впереди"(in front) occurs in sets:Basic Russian - prepositions