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All-new 2017 Audi A4 makes its debut at NAIAS 2016

All-new 2017 Audi A4 makes its debut at NAIAS 2016

Snapshot: The All-new 2017 Audi A4 will make its debut at NAIAS (North American International Auto Show) 2016.

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As the hot-selling model in Audi history, the all-new 2017 A4, with innovative design and advanced technologies, sets a new benchmark for the luxury sedan segment and will make its debut at the at NAIAS (North American International Auto Show) 2016 in Detroit. The A4 represents the best in every detail from Audi like Boasting class-leading horsepower, confidence inspiring driving dynamics, as well as available driver assistance and infotainment systems. This Audi exceeds the exceptional standards that have become synonymous with the four rings.

Speaking of the exterior, this new Audi represents the latest refinements in Audi design. The wrap-around lines emphasizing the vehicle’s length to the powerful wheel arches that accentuate the vehicle’s performance appeal. The front fascia of the A4 boasts the signature singleframe grille, which adds depth and sporty character and a newly designed clam-shell hood which flows seamlessly into the shoulder line, giving the A4 a dynamic stance. It also gets xenon plus headlights with LED daytime running lights and dynamic LED taillights with dynamic turn signals, or optional LED headlights, a standard 17” 5-parallel spoke design wheels, while an optional 18” 5-spoke dynamic design wheel is also on the cards.

Inside the new Audi A4, the interior has a greater feeling of spaciousness and lightness due to a three-dimensional decorative inlay that spans from the door panels across the dashboard. It is loaded with a three-spoke multifunction steering wheel, ambient LED lighting, 8-way power front seats with 4-way power lumbar support for the driver, power sunroof with tilt and sliding functionality, Standard three-zone automatic climate control with wing-design wrap-around dashboard and diffuser air vent helps recreate natural airflow.

Under the hood, the all-new Audi A4 gets completely redeveloped powertrain and will be offered in two variants, but both the variants will be petrol fuelled engines. It will feature a 2.0-litre TFSI engine that can generate 252 HP and 370 Nm of torque connected to a 7-speed FWD S-tronic and a 2.0-litre TFSI engine connected to a 7-speed Quattro (an All-four Wheel Drive system by Audi AG) system that will be dishing out the same output.

The new A4 will feature New and improved functions include online traffic info, weather updates, fuel prices, Apple Siri® Eyes Free integration, internet radio streaming as well as picture navigation, read-aloud personalized news headlines and Twitter® alerts, among other features. Audi connect packages together all applications that connect the A4 with the internet, the owner and the surrounding infrastructure. Vehicle services such as vehicle status report, online roadside assistance and service interval notification, Automatic Crash Notification (SOS), Manual Emergency Call (SOS), Stolen Vehicle Locator, Driver assistance system.

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