Audi has made a religion of going its own way in the ongoing battle for parity in the German luxury-sports realm, and the A5 Cabriolet is yet another proof.
What’s different? Check that folding top. It’s cloth, an increasingly rare material in the world of contemporary convertibles. Most cars in this class have graduated to solid tops that fold themselves up like metallic origami. But Audi resisted that trend with the A5 and S5 convertibles, which were new for 2010. Though it’s become endangered, the word ragtop still has meaning here.
Source: Car and Driver