Audi introduces the new Audi S4 and S4 Avant: 4 things we loved

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Audi introduces the new Audi S4 and S4 Avant: 4 things we loved

With its intelligent light weight design, powerful engines, and an expansive array of the latest technologies, the Audi S4 and S4 Avant are the forerunners of its class. Here are 4 things that we love about the latest updates to the S models. 


1. Engine

The new 3.0 TFSI V6 engine surpasses its predecessor in terms of power and torque while providing significantly lower fuel consumption and light weight. The powerful engine with petrol direct injection and turbo charging accelerates the Audi S4 from 0 to 100 km/h in just 4.7 seconds and consumes less than 7.4 litres of fuel per 100km. The new engine increases the efficiency of the car and improves its performance. 


2. Stability

The five-link suspension on the front and rear axle precisely separates the longitudinal and transverse forces to ensure optimum handling in all driving situations, which will give the car impressive stability. This also allows the driver to handle all kinds of corners with ease. 


3. Design

In line with Audi’s belief in a restrained design, the new S4 models is elegantly understated. The Singleframe grille and the accentuated horizontal lines at the front of the car highlights its width while the bumpers and air inlets are more prominently profiled. The add-on parts are also painted in finely graduated matt grey tones with chrome trimmings. The aluminium look of the exterior mirror housings are also visually stunning.  


4. Space

The spacious interior of the car can comfortably hold five passengers. With an admirable build quality, the car offers acoustic comfort that sets new standards in its class. The impressive luggage capacity in the trunk of the S models are impressive and we also love the LED light guides that outline the profiles of the doors and centre console, which makes the car look considerably more spacious. 



Audi will the supplying the two new S models from 2016. 

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