Inside the car, we also get fine touches, such as new steering wheels and trimming options, as well as little details.
As for the tech side of the revamp, Audi has brought increased outputs for multiple engines and yet has reduced the average fuel consumption by 11 percent. In Europe, customers will be able to select between four petrol units and six oil burners, while the US will get two or three petrol powerplants.
At the bottom of the range, we find a new 1.8-liter TFSI petrol unit (it’s not clear yet whether this will be brought to the US or not) that produces 170 hp and a peak torque of 320 Nm (236 lb-ft).
There’s also a revised 2.0-liter TDI diesel that can be had in three power levels, producing 136, 163 or 177 hp. The list of technical novelties also includes a revised suspension and a new electromechanical power steering, so the revamped A4 should really feel different on the bends.
The facelifted Audi A4 is set to arrive in the US in the summer of next year, with Audi expected to also bring the A4 Allroad to America.
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