Audi A4 facelift gets subtle changes in the design, available only with Petrol engine

German luxury carmaker, Audi has launched its facelifted version of A4 sedan in India. The entry-level variant, Premium Plus of new Audi A4 facelift is priced for Rs 42 lakh. Top of the line Technology variant will set you back by Rs 45.55 lakh. All prices are ex-showroom, pan India.


As per the manufacturer, the new Audi A4 is being called as Quick Lift as the car gets subtle changes in the front fascia, rear bumper, as well as newly designed alloy wheels. There is not many changes made to the interior of the car and it continues to have the same luxurious cabin. Along with these exterior changes new Audi A4 gets revised feature list too. An impressive update in the top end Technology variant is the addition of Auto Park Assist.


The Technology variant also gets incredible three-zone climate control which will help the driver, co-passenger, and the rear occupants to have different climate control settings according to their needs. Audi has added virtual cockpit in the new A4 with turn by turn navigation and various other connected features. Powered front seats with memory function for the driver, an electric sunroof, front and rear parking sensors, and a reverse parking camera is also present in the list.

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Speaking about the powertrain, the new Audi A4 facelift gets only one engine option and that is a petrol unit. The Volkswagen derived 1.4-litre turbo petrol TFSI engine is tuned to produce 148bhp and 250Nm of twisting force. Mated to a 7-speed dual-clutch transmission, the new A4 can do 0 to 100 kmph in 8.5 seconds with a top speed of 210 kmph.


In the entry-level luxury car segment, the new Audi A4 facelift will rival BMW 3-Series, Jaguar XE, Volvo S60 as well as Mercedes Benz C-class. However, an even better looking Internation version of Audi A4 did not come to the Indian shores. We can expect the comprehensively updated Audi A4 to launch in India with BS6 engine next year.

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