The Audi A4

Audi A4

Impulse Generator for Progress

Striking face: The new three-dimensionally carved out bonnet is rounded off by the Audi Singleframe in stone grey. Side air inlets and redesigned angular front fog lights fit in harmoniously with the overall image.

Sophisticated technology: The xenon plus headlights in new design not only look distinct, but also feature sophisticated technology, and are equipped with the homogeneous LED daytime running light strip.

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A Refined Interior The interior of the A4 Saloon has also been refined. Audi offers a selection of new steering wheels with chrome and high-gloss inlays, with the leather sport steering wheel also featuring a flattened lower rim. The steering arm and the ignition key have been modified. High-gloss applications and the slender chrome trim at the controls add elegance to the interior. The elaborate finish makes operation even simpler and more intuitive.

The MMI navigation plus system now features four instead of eight buttons, with a shift function integrated in the volume control dial. Other improvements concern operation of the automatic transmission, the efficient air conditioning systems, Audi drive select and the multifunction steering wheel.

Audi A4

Powerful and Advanced

The TFSI® engines in the Audi A4 Saloon The A4 models use TFSI® technology. And the remarkable thing about it is it combines the advantages of FSI® with a supercharger, which ensures even better power delivery. All TFSI engine features as standard a start-stop system and of course fulfil the EU5 emission standard. The 1.8 TFSI has 125 kW of power and a maximum torque of 320 Nm and is one of the most fuel-efficient engines of its class. The Audi valvelift system lowers consumption and due to an intelligent thermal management the engine reaches its operating temperature faster. With its 105 kW, the 2.0 TFSI has an output rating of up to 320 Nm. It is characterised by good consumption values and low CO2 emissions.

The TDI® engines in the Audi A4 Saloon. Powerful and efficient. The 2.0 L TDI engines are provided with the common rail injection technology.
Audi revolutionised the market with the first 2.0 litre TDI engine. Since then, developments such as common rail technology with its refined and precise fuel distribution have made TDI even more efficient. Consequently, since the first TDI, the engines have become more economical, whilst specific output has increased. So it was only logical that a diesel car should then enter the world of motorsport. And successfully too: in 2006, Audi was the first car maker to win the Le Mans 24 Hours with a diesel-powered race car, the Audi R10 TDI – and then went on to repeat this victory several times over, most recently in 2011

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