The Audi A4 keeps on remaining one of the strongest performer for the German automaker. Then again, it has been long past due for a facelift. The current model has been chugging along for quite a while and it was time that it hung up its boots. The forthcoming car has recently been spied and the pictures showcase what new things it will bring to the table. It will get restyled projector headlamps, revamped air vents and a more prominent and a aggressive chrome lined front grille.
The major notable change on the front-fascia is the inverted L-Shaped headlamp.
The new A4 will ride on Audi’s MLB Evo platform and consolidate high quality steel and aluminum into its outline. Reports propose that the new car could be lighter by a decent 90-100 kgs. Motor choices are expected to incorporate a large group of 1.4L, 1.6L and 2.0L TFSI petrols, alongside 1.6L and 2.0L diesels.
The layout of the next-gen A4’s interior has plenty of new Q7’s touch.
Within, the dashboard follows after the strides of the new Q7 and settles on a pretty sleek outlook. The styling is better than anyone might have expected, yet doesn’t appear to be as innovative and spohisticated as the C-Class or the Jaguar XE, its arch rivals. The MMI display is a tablet that stands out of the dashboard and the car likewise emphasizes a revamped instrument bunch and dashboard cowl. The centre console is fresh out of the box and the gearbox has been changed to a smaller set-up.
A unique gear liver design too is similar to the new Q7.
The new A4 will make its introduction at the Frankfurt motor show, however the outline and a couple of subtle elements will be revealed in the run up to the reveal. The new headlamps with Matrix LED innovation and a sharp hexagonal single-frame grille with dark flat supports give the car an entire new character. And the fact that it borrows cues from the Q7 further adds to the premiumness. We’ll keep you updated as we learn more things about it.
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