Making its world debut at next month’s Geneva Motor Show, the A4 Allroad is packed with a range of new features including Audi’s drive select intelligent handling technology, a dual-clutch S tronic transmission, and a new communication and assistance systems.
The design of the A4 Allroad recalls the A4 Avant but picks up wider fenders, a taller ride height, bumpers with a more ruggedized look, new air intake housings and front fog lights. A single-frame radiator grille bears vertical chrome strips, and more chrome is used to highlight the enclosure of the fog lights. Optional xenon headlights also feature LED daytime running lights, while stainless steel underbody guards are used at both the front and rear of the car.
The base unit is the 2.0L TFSI, which outputs 211hp (155kW) and 258lb-ft (350Nm) and is good for a 0-62mph (100km/h) run in just 6.9 seconds and a top speed of 143mph (230km/h). Fuel consumption is rated at 29mpg (8.1L/100km). Next up is the 2.0L TDI diesel, which comes with 170hp (125kW) and 258lb-ft (350Nm) of torque and will do the 0-62mph (100km/h) sprint in 8.9 seconds and a top speed of 132mph (213km/h). Fuel consumption is rated at 38mpg (6.4L/100km). Rounding out the range is a 3.0L TDI V6 with 240hp (176kW) and 369lb-ft (500Nm) of torque and is good for a 0-62mph (100km/h) run in 6.4 seconds and a top speed of 147mph (236km/h). Fuel consumption is rated at 33mpg (7.1L/100km).
Source: Motor Authority